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Wedding at DAC '09: CDNS+IBM's Enterprise Verification Management Solution

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Enterprise Manager, DAC, metric driven verification (MDV), Incisive Enterprise Simulator (IES), IBM, Enterprise Planner, IES-XL, MDV, Tivoli, Rational

Does the union of verification automation and IT+source code management tools get you all misty eyed?  If so, this wedding video of the "Enterprise Verification Management Solution" (taken in the IBM booth at DAC 2009 by yours truly) will have you gushing tears of joy.  Specifically, this video shows IBM's Tivoli, Rational, and STG solutions married to Cadence's Incisive Enterprise Verification solutions.

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In their new life together, the happy couple will find bugs faster and easier by taking care of all the underlying automation needed to care and feed for hungry planning & management processes, source code and debug cycle tracking, and compute farm operations.  Truly the Enterprise Verification Management Solution is a match made in heaven!

Joe Hupcey III

P.S. This wedding announcement is really more of a public validation of a long and happy engagement between Cadence and IBM that has been witnessed by several active early adopters; i.e this couple has actually been together a long time and the wedding at DAC 2009 was more of a formality to placate the in-laws.


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