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2010 CDNLive Silicon Valley Photo Blog: Silicon Realization, ABV, OVM, MDV, Specman, Formal and More

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Formal Analysis, OVM, SoC, SystemVerilog, ISX (Incisive Software Extensions), CDNLive, ISX, verification strategy, AMS, SVA, e, Specman, Aspect Oriented Programming, AOP, AMIQ, ABV, MDV, Mixed Signal Verification, IEV, formal, uvm, IFV, EDA360, Cadence Connections, NextOp, assertion synthesis, Zocalo, Silicon Realization

If you are running short on time and can't view all the videos of the 2010 CDNLive Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA on October 26 posted here: www.cadence.com/cdnlive/na/2010/pages/default.aspx  consider this photo blog as your very own "Cliff Notes" version. Click here to go to the gallery.


Images and descriptive captions include highlights from:

* The main stage keynote presentations and panel discussion

* Verification-related papers in the Silicon Realization tracks

* Images from around the Designer Expo


Joe Hupcey III

Twitter: @jhupcey, twitter.com/jhupcey



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