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Improve Your Productivity With Rapid Adoption Kits (RAKs) for Encounter Digital Implementation (EDI) System and Sign-off Flow

Comments(0)Filed under: Digital Implementation, Signoff Analysis, Low-Power , CTS, SoC-Encounter, SoC-Encounter dbGet dbSet, low power, Enouter Timing System, EDI system, Foundation Flow, Cadence Online Support, EDI system Encounter Digital Implementation System, silicon realization, NanoRoute, EDI 11.1, Rapid Adoption Kits, DBTcl, Cadence On-Line Support, RAKs

As you know, Cadence Online Support is your 24/7 site for getting help and resolving issues related to Cadence software. If you are signed up for e-mail notifications, you've noticed new solutions, application notes, videos and other content are added daily. In this blog I want to highlight a new content type called the Rapid Adoption Kit (RAK). This new content type is a packaging of related material to demonstrate how you can improve your productivity and maximize the benefits of your tools. Here is what I like about the RAKs:

  • Go Deep - RAKs provide detailed information and training on a focused topic.
  • Get Your Hands Dirty - Each RAK comes with a workshop database so you can learn-by-doing.
  • You're in Control - The workshop labs, presentations and videos are all downloadable so you can go through them at your own pace.

For example, if you want to be an expert with the Encounter Digital Implementation (EDI) System then knowing DBTcl is essential. The "Database Access with DBTCL" RAK provides an overview presentation of the DBTcl commands and hands-on labs to advance your skills quickly.

Or perhaps you are an expert EDI System user but wanting to learn more about a new technology like Clock Concurrent Optimization (CCOpt). There's a RAK for that too!

Cadence EDI System customers can access the following RAKs for Encounter Digital Implementation (EDI) System and Sign-off Flow:

 

 Rapid Adoption Kit

Workshop Database Including Instructional Document

Instructional Document

Appnotes / Videos

Overview (slides)

Publish Date

Clock Concurrent Optimization (CCOpt) 

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June 14, 2012

Database Access with DBTCL 

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June 14, 2012

Post Assembly Closure (PAC) Flow 

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June 25, 2012

Prototyping Foundation Flat Flow 

Download (77MB)

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June 27, 2012

Prototyping Foundation Top to Bottom Flow 

Download (77MB)

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June 27, 2012

Encounter Low-Power Design Flow: CPF Implementation 

Download (9MB)

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June 27, 2012

MMMC SignOff ECO using EDI System and ETS 

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June 27, 2012

 

These RAKs as well as RAKs for other products are easily available by going to support.cadence.com and selecting Resources -> Rapid Adoption Kits.

RAKs were developed in response to customer feedback so we'd love to hear what you think. Also, what topics do you want to see new RAKs created for? Send us your feedback by adding a comment below or using the Feedback box on Cadence Online Support.

Happy learning!

Brian Wallace

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