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DVCon 2009 - Day 2

Comments(1)Filed under: Verification methodology , OVM, DVcon, OVM-e, SaaS

Here are some pictures from DVCon 2009 Day 2, focusing on the OVM Case Studies lunch, some panel discussions, and a few more snapshots from the show floor click here.

* The OVM Case studies luncheon showed a surprising variety of use models and applications, with multi-language interoperability under the OVM umbrella being a key factor in each of the very different projects outlined.  (Be advised that the photos of the slides within this segment are just "appetizers" -- my colleague and fellow blogger Adam Sherer will be posting the slides from the Xilinx, SiRF and ST Micro presenters in the near future.)

* The SaaS panel led by Harry "The ASIC Guy" Gries was very informative and thought provoking, so much so that when things settle down after this week I will write up an in-depth, proper blog article on it.  3 cheers to Harry for taking the initiative to setup this forum!


By theASICguy on February 26, 2009
Thanks for coming by the SaaS / Cloud Roundtable and taking photos. Do you do weddings and Bar Mitzvahs? I look forward to you're write up.

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