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CDNLive! 2008 - San Jose: Day 1 ... from the Techtorials!

Comments(0)Filed under: Front-end PCB design, PCB Layout and routing, PCB design, Design Entry HDL, Allegro System Architect (ASA), ASA, ConceptHDL, DEHDL, Allegro PCB Editor, CDNLive, SPB16.2, CDNLive!
From the floor of CDNLive! 2008 - San Jose
The first day, is always considered the calm before the masses of engineers, managers, and executives arrive at CDNLive. There are several Techtorials presented from each of the 9 tracks. I attended the PCB Design techtorial which included the SPB16.2 What's New features for -
  • The Front End Tools (DEHDL, Constraint Manager, PCB Librarian, ASA)
  • PCB SI
  • Allegro PCB Editor
Aditya Chandra, Dennis Nagle, and Ed Hickey presented the details, and experts from R&D to Marketing and Technical Marketing (Frank Farmar, Hemant Shah, Steve Durrill) were also fielding questions. It was a great opportunity to learn and ask details about what we'll be utilizing with the SPB16.2 release.
I'll add a few pictures from the first day to this post shortly. I'll plan on posting more after the "Welcome" Day 2 (Tuesday). Michael Catrambone (Steering Committee Chairman, UT Starcom, Inc.) and Mike Fister (President and Chief Executive Officer, Cadence Design Systems) will deliver Welcome remarks.
The Keynote Address - "Workloads of the Future"- will be delivered by Dr. Jan Rabaey, Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley. There are 6 PCB Design track customer and Cadence presentations scheduled for Tuesday, 2 PCB Design demos, and the Cadence 20 year Celebration!
Entrance to the Convention Center
The Schedule for just Monday and Tuesday
PCB Design Techtorial (Aditya's SPB16.2 What's New in the Front End Tools)

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