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Encounter Digital Implementation System 8.1 San Jose Live Blog

Comments(4)Filed under: Digital Implementation, encounter, low power, Encounter Digital Implementation System 8.1, design closure, mixed signal

I'll be live blogging from the Cadence Campus in San Jose today.  We're doing a seminar that focuses on the 8.1 release of the Encounter Digital Implementation System, and we'll be focusing on the following areas:

  • Design Closure
  • Mixed Signal
  • Low Power
  • Advanced Node
  • Analysis & Signoff
A live blogging application should appear below:

 

Bob Dwyer

Comments(4)

By Kari on April 8, 2009
Bob, This was neat to follow (although I couldn't follow all of it due to the time difference). Thanks for doing this! The integrated pictures and polls were fun.

By Kari on April 8, 2009
I also meant to mention that the links to blogs on the various topics covered were handy. I had missed some of those, so it was great to go back and catch up on my reading!

By EricC on April 15, 2009
Bob, first of all. Great presentation!
I can't seem to find the link to the presentation slides. Wanted to go through some of the topics that interested me once again.

By BobD on April 15, 2009
Hi Eric,
Thanks for the kind words.  We haven't posted the slides yet- expect them by the end of the month.  In the mean time, if there's a topic you'd like to learn more about, feel free to post a message to the forums, leave a comment here, or send me a private message.  We'll get you the information you or others need one way or another.
Best,
Bob

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