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Video: Report From The Front Lines Of The Silicon Valley Electronics Industry With AE Darrow Chu

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Formal Analysis, OVM, verification, formal, uvm, EDA360, Chu

Lately the tone of the trade press and blogs about the Silicon Valley electronics industry has been largely positive.  For a variety of reasons this is a good thing, but my natural skepticism compelled me to "field check" this data with a high quality primary source: one of our crack Application Engineers (AE) who serves numerous area customers representing a broad spectrum of applications (including communications, internet infrastructure, direct-to-consumer electronics, graphics processors, general microprocessors, to name but a few customer segments).  Luckily I was able to track down my colleague Darrow Chu in-between assignments, and interview him about his observations on what's going on here in the Valley today.



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Do you agree with Darrow's observations?  What are you seeing out there?

Joe Hupcey III

On Twitter: @jhupcey, http://twitter.com/jhupcey

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