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CDNLive! Silicon Valley Roundup – On-Line Presentations, Articles, and Blogs

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If you missed last week's CDNLive! Silicon Valley, or if you attended and found it difficult to be several places at once, some on-line resources are now available to help with presentations you may have missed. This posting introduces CDNLive! On-Demand and also lists both Cadence Community blogs and external blogs and articles about the event.

CDNLive! Papers Are On Line

CDNLive! Silicon Valley included a number of paper presentations from customers, partners, and Cadence authors. The CDNLive! On-Demand site includes six papers from the System Realization track, six papers from the SoC Realization track, and 24 papers from the four Silicon Realization tracks. You can view the sessions and/or download PDFs of the presentations. To access them, you'll need to log in with your Cadence.com account (or create an account by following the link on the site).

Papers reflect user experiences and "best practices" in a number of technology areas, including functional verification, hardware/software integration, low power, mixed-signal implementation and verification, IP integration, analog layout automation, and many other topics. You can also view a short CDNLive! "highlights" video with brief comments from attendees and Cadence executives, music, silhouetted acrobats, and views of the standing-room-only crowd.

Cadence Community blogs

Richard Goering, 10/26: CDNLive! Spotlights Silicon Realization - What's That All About?

Richard Goering, 10/27: CDNLive! - Cadence Outlines Strategies for EDA360 System, SoC and Silicon Realization

Bob Dwyer, 10/27: CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2010: What EDA360 Means to Digital Implementation Engineers

Richard Goering, 11/01: CDNLive! EDA360 Partner Panel - SoC Integration From Software to 14nm

Tom Anderson, 11/02: CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2010 in the Rear-View Mirror

Bob Dwyer, 11/04: CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2010: User Papers Explore Digital Implementation

External Coverage

CDNLive 2010 Trip Report: Realizing EDA360
Dan Nenni
Dan shares tidbits from CDNLive! presentations and previous conversations with John Bruggeman, and notes the challenges of semiconductor/IP alliances.

Cadence sketches out tools vision
Rick Merritt
An EE Times report about the Cadence EDA360 tool strategy discussed at CDNLive! Silicon Valley.

Cadence EDA360 Highlights Mixed Signal as Key
Pallab Chatterjee
This Chip Design Magazine blog notes that much of the discussion of Silicon Realization at CDNLive! focused on mixed-signal design.

CDNLive! San Jose Photo Gallery and the World Series
Graham Bell
EDAcafe.com ran photos of the CDNLive! Silicon Valley partner exhibition.

Cadence Advocates Application-Driven Design
John Donovan, Low Power Design
A thoughtful article about EDA360 based on presentations and interviews from CDNLive! Includes links to videos with Cadence executives.

Did I miss anything? Leave a comment below or let me know at goering@cadence.com.

Richard Goering


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