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Cadence EDA360 Theater – Customers, Partners Speak Out at DAC 2012

Comments(0)Filed under: Industry Insights, ARM, DAC, AMD, broadcom, stmicroelectronics, Xilinx, GlobalFoundries, Fujitsu, TSMC, Cadence, Samsung, Duolog, Design Automation Conference, EDA360 Theater, LSI, Oski, DAC 2012, Dini Group, TowerJazz, customers, Maxim, partners, SMIC, LeCroy

Sometimes it's best to let other people do the talking. That's the approach Cadence has taken this year at the Design Automation Conference (DAC 2012) at the EDA360 Theater at the Cadence booth (#1930). This theater will feature three days of presentations by customers and partners in an informal, interactive setting, and all DAC attendees are welcome to attend.

The sessions, mostly a half hour in length, will include customer representatives from AMD, Broadcom, Fujitsu, LSI, Maxim, STMicroelectronics, and Xilinx. They will include partner representatives from ARM, Dini Group, Duolog, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, LeCroy, Oski, Samsung, SMIC, TSMC, and TowerJazz.

Here's the schedule at the time of this writing:




Note: The above schedules are subject to change.

For a complete list of Cadence activities at DAC, including breakfasts, lunches, demos, speakers, and the Denali Party, click here. To view the ChipEstimate.com "IP Talks!" presentations, click here. See you at DAC 2012!

Richard Goering



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