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DAC360: Photo blog of DAC 2010 in Anaheim, CA

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, DAC, OVM, Incisive Enterprise Simulator (IES), IBM, Specman, IES-XL, Mike Stellfox, AMIQ, Twitter, TLM, XJTAG, IEV, Accellera VIP TSC, IFV, Palladium XP, EDA360, iPad, TSMC, Denali

Click here or on the image below to go to the annotated photo blog of DAC 2010.


Images and notes include highlights from:

* The Cadence and OVM/UVM booths

* Sites around the show floor

* Things outside of the expo, including panels, papers, and presentations (Yes, there is more to DAC than booths!)


Joe Hupcey III

P.S. Some images from "Day 0" of DAC are posted here.

On Twitter: @jhupcey,



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