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Cadence,design automation

  • The Road to 1 Million Tapeouts

    MONTEREY, Calif.--One million tapeouts a year. When Cadence Senior Vice President Martin Lund uttered those words with a smile on his face, the small crowd at an industry event here chuckled knowingly. They chuckled because they know it would be a great number to achieve, and they chuckled because they...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Tue, Apr 22 2014
  • Embedded World 2014: The Design Challenges Ahead

    NUREMBERG, GERMANY--It is, in the electronics world, a singular show in a singular place. Embedded World combines scores of companies with a broad range of electronics technologies and thousands of engineers from around the world. Why Germany? Because the Germans have a passion for face-to-face technology...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Thu, Feb 27 2014
  • Hardware/Software Modeling Opportunities and Strange Beasts

    SAN JOSE, Calif.—Ever seen an Eierlegende Wollmilchsau? If you have, you're sitting on an electronics design automation gold mine. That was the question Cadence's Frank Schirrmeister posed Monday to a gathering of design engineers at ICCAD at the San Jose Hilton. "Eierlegende Wollmilchsau"...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Mon, Nov 18 2013
  • Interconnect IP Experts Answer Your Design, Verification Questions

    When it comes to electronics design and interconnects today, chaos is king. As the capacity of systems on chip soars, so too do the number of intellectual property (IP) blocks used to realize the design. And as that happens, the interconnection of the fabric and its verification rises in complexity and...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Mon, Nov 4 2013
  • IPad Air; Google Barge; Gary Smith Hospitalized (Great Reads 11-1-2013)

    Up in the Air Apple's iPad Air became available this week, the latest in the big consumer company's tablet lineup. And our friends at iFixit have already broken theirs - for our benefit. Rick Merritt at EE Times reports the device packs a faster A7 microprocessor (believed by Chipworks via its...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Fri, Nov 1 2013
  • What Do Applications Dream About?

    If you look back over the past two decades of processor-architecture design, you could say the period is defined broadly by two things: A vastly greater degree of design freedom The ability to dream bigger dreams Chris Rowen, the founder of Tensilica and now, since Cadence's acquisition of Tensilica...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Mon, Oct 21 2013
  • "The Last Simple Node" and its Profound Consequences

    SAN JOSE, Calif.—You can feel the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) in your bones, like a relentless hum. You already know what the mobile revolution has done to society and the electronics business, much of that just in recent years. So you can envision what IoT (or as Alberto Sangiovanni...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Tue, Oct 15 2013
  • Time to Get Unhinged

    Why did the engineer cross the road? To get Unhinged . Welcome to a new web TV program for the electronics industry, called Unhinged, that will air every two weeks on YouTube. The pilot episode went live this morning and, to continue to whet your appetite, we'll air the second show next week. What's...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Thu, Sep 26 2013
  • Clarifying the Changing Semiconductor Memory IP Landscape

    If you're staring out at the world of semiconductor memory IP and wondering how to make heads or tails of it, you've got sympathetic company. And yes, for electronics systems design engineers, it does seem like controlled chaos out there. But Cadence offered a little clarity this week with a...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Wed, Sep 18 2013
  • Live Q&A: Tackling Memory IP Challenges

    If you're a design engineer trying to navigate the world of changing intellectual property (IP) standards and how this affects your electronics system and subsystem designs, you have some choices: Ask your boss for a month off to bone up on all the new specifications, features, and functions and...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Thu, Sep 12 2013
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