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Richard Goering

I've been writing about EDA and IC design for 25 years. I've worked as an editor for Computer Design, EE Times, and SCDsource. I now work at Cadence as senior manager of technical communications, and I manage the Industry Insights blog.

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Keynote: EDA “MOOC” Opens Door to a Planet of Talent
Participants at the recent CCC/SIGDA Workshop on Extreme Scale Design Automation discussed various ways to motivate students to consider EDA-related careers. And few approaches have cast a broader net than an EDA-related Massive Open Online Course taught   Read More »
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“Extreme” Scale EDA Workshop Discusses Research and Funding Priorities
Seeking to empower the future of EDA, around 30 EDA researchers from academia and industry met at the CCC/SIGDA Workshop on Extreme Scale Design Automation in Tampa, Florida in late February 2014. Participants were invited to articulate a vision for the   Read More »
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IEEE Panel Charts “Top SoC Design Challenges”
What are the top ten challenges in system-on-chip (SoC) design today? Can virtual platforms, cloud computing, and fully depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) be part of the solution? Experts discussed these points April 8, 2014, in a panel organized   Read More »
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Videos, DVCon 2014 Papers – Formal Verification “Apps” Move to SoC Level
Formal verification is a well-accepted technology for block-level verification, and it's now moving up to the system-on-chip (SoC) level. That's the message behind two paper sessions and two poster presentations at the recent DVCon 2014 conference   Read More »
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CDNLive 2014 Paper: HP Engineers Road-Test Cadence Incisive vManager Solution
If you really want to know how a new EDA product works, listen to someone who has thoroughly tested and used it. Verification engineers and managers got a chance to do just that at CDNLive Silicon Valley 2014 , where a Hewlett-Packard engineer described   Read More »
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Stan Krolikoski Video: New IEEE Working Groups Pursue EDA Standards
The IEEE has always been regarded as the final word when it comes to standards that impact electronics design. It is thus significant that several new EDA-related IEEE working groups have recently been formed (or re-activated), drawing on contributions   Read More »
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Q&A with Nimish Modi: Going Beyond Traditional EDA
Over the past few years, Cadence has evolved from its role as a traditional EDA tool provider to become a system development partner that is enabling the design of the end products that impact our daily lives. In this interview, Nimish Modi, senior vice   Read More »
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DVCon 2014 Video: HP Engineers Apply “Test Driven Development” to UVM-e
Test-driven development ( TDD ) and unit testing are methodologies that can greatly shorten functional verification time and increase quality. Engineers at Hewlett-Packard are currently applying these techniques with UVM- e (Universal Verification Methodology   Read More »
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Electronic Design Process Symposium (EDPS) Reviews Design Flow Challenges and Solutions
If you want to understand how chips and systems are designed today, and what challenges lay just around the corner, there's no better place than the Electronic Design Process Symposium (EDPS) in Monterey, California on April 17-18, 2014. Now in its   Read More »
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DVCon 2014 Video: An Update on the UVM 1.2 Release
Since its initial release as an Accellera standard three years ago, the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) has become one of the most successful and widely used EDA standards. In addition to its original goal of verification IP (VIP) interoperability   Read More »
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