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CDNLive

  • Feeling Restless ... CDNLive San Jose Conference Update!

    Ah yes ... my first blog here! I can't believe the freedom we're getting at Cadence, unfiltered blogging. :) I co-authored and helped deliver two presentations/papers yesterday with a couple of down-to-earth engineers. Thanks to everyone who was able to attend these sessions, it was fun meeting...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Kenneth Chang on Wed, Sep 10 2008
  • Enterprise Verification gets a boost (a big one!)

    Today we announced important new metric-driven verification capabilities in our enterprise verification solution. My video blog post below provides a quick introduction of the motivations and capabilities. Please take a look and feel free to comment below.
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by Steve Brown on Tue, Sep 9 2008
  • CDNLive! 2008 - San Jose: Day 1 ... from the Techtorials!

    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...
    Posted to PCB Design (Weblog) by Jerry GenPart on Mon, Sep 8 2008
  • Automating Artwork Film Record and Title Block Generation

    As I promised, here is a presentation that I gave at ICU 2003 which describes the process of updating / adding Artwork Film Records and Custom Title Blocks to an Allegro design. I am sure folks have different ideas/ways on accomplishing this but I figured I would get the ball rolling. There is a lot...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by mcatramb91 on Thu, Sep 4 2008
  • Re: RE: Change Connect Pin to Mechanical

    There is Allegro documentation that describes functional but not really anything that describes any "hidden" secrets. I have been involved with user community for a long time (ICU then CDNLive!) and have been using the tools even longer so over time I managed to pickup a couple tricks here...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by mcatramb91 on Fri, Aug 29 2008
  • Logic Design at CDNLive! Silicon Valley -- see you Sept. 8!

    We've been working hard to put together another CDNLive! event, coming up September 8-11 in San Jose. There is a whole track dedicated to Logic Design. Some of the events I'll be working at are: Sept 8. at 8am: Techtorial " Achieve Project Success Through Early Low-Power Planning and Validation"...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Jack Erickson on Wed, Aug 27 2008
  • How stable is your IC Package's PDN?

    There are three goals for a power a delivery network (PDN): sufficiency, efficiency, and stability. Simultaneous switching of Gigahertz speed signals (i.e. DDR3) has made the stability of power a pressing issue in today’s designs. The Cadence SPB 16.2 release has addressed this challenge and will...
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP (Weblog) by Maxwell86 on Thu, Aug 21 2008
  • Techtorials, Demos, Roadmaps ... Poker?

    Hi All, For those who have not decided yet to attend this year's CDNLive! 2008 event in San Jose the week of September 8, 2008, you can read about some highlights in my Blog post . Of course, you can read all the details at the main CDNLive! 2008 web site. Jerry GenPart
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Jerry GenPart on Wed, Aug 20 2008
  • Techtorials, Demos, Roadmaps ... Poker?

    What do these 4 have in common? CDNLive! 2008 San Jose - September 8 - 11, 2008. This is an outstanding event where we can learn about how companies are using Cadence solutions to expand their design environments. While most customers attend this event to learn all the new and exciting capabilities of...
    Posted to PCB Design (Weblog) by Jerry GenPart on Wed, Aug 20 2008
  • Putting a face on the OVM

    As I recently blogged , there appears to be growing buzz over the Open Verification Methodology (OVM). Last week we saw two press announcements from companies ( OKI and KPIT ) realizing technical and business gains adopting the OVM. By the way, since the OVM blog last week, we are now over 80 people...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by Adam Sherilog on Mon, Aug 4 2008
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