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Micron provides detailed synopses of its NAND Flash and PCM presentations at Flash Memory Summit

Micron has done a very smart thing (note to marketers: take matters into your own hands!) and has posted detailed summaries of all the technical presentations its people will be making at next month’s Flash Memory Summit (August 17-19). All of these presentations...  Read More »
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MemCon 2010: DDR3 1GHz and Beyond--Preregistered attendance now approaching 800. The end is near.

Yesterday, preregistration attendance for MemCon 2010 jumped the 600 threshold. Today, it’s fast approaching 800 with about a registration coming in every minute or two. I guess everyone was waiting for the 1-week-to-go warning bell. In any case, I’m...  Read More »
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Add PNY to the growing list of memory module vendors entering the SSD fray

Memory-module vendor PNY has just announced its Optima line of 2.5-inch SSDs with SATA II (3 Gbps) interfaces available in 64- and 128-Gbyte capacities and listing at retail for $199.99 and $349.99 respectively. Sequential read/write speed for the 64...  Read More »
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An Embedded Linux To GDSII Flow

We've all heard about the RTL-to-GDSII flow. Lately there's been discussion about a TLM (transaction-level modeling) to GDSII flow. How about embedded Linux to GDSII? Such a concept is implied by a newly announced collaboration between ARM and...  Read More »
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Video Interview: UVM Book Authors Sharon Rosenberg And Kathleen Meade

Earlier today a new book called "A Practical Guide to Adopting the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM)" was released. As a complement to this detailed post on the book , I've interviewed its authors, Sharon Rosenberg and Kathleen Meade...  Read More »
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One Week Left: MemCon registration zooms past 600 attendees. Theme: DDR3 - 1 GHz and Beyond

You have only one more week to sign up for MemCon 2010! It’s the one day this year you’ll hear everything you need to know about DDR SDRAM. This year’s MemCon focuses on fast SDRAM, which is a key system component in servers, PCs, notebooks, netbooks...  Read More »
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User Interview: Easing Analog/RF IP Creation And Integration

Analog and RF IP creation isn't easy in this era of rising complexity and shrinking process nodes. Supporting the integration of IP into SoCs poses many difficulties as well. Jacob Rael, senior manager at Broadcom , is an analog/RF designer who knows...  Read More »
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New UVM Book Is For You And U But Not Ewe

A Practical Guide to Adopting the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) is the first book published on the emerging Accellera UVM . Written by the main authors of the user guide in the UVM release, this book provides more details and extends the methodology...  Read More »
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System Realization Alliance -- An Industry Collaboration

System Realization is a very broad topic. It encompasses all aspects of system design, from chips to chassis. In particular, innovations in software are driving changes in the value chain, as highlighted in the EDA360 industry vision document . In order...  Read More »
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Wondering about mobile and consumer design and SPMT memory? Here’s your chance to learn about it, free. Free food and drink too!

This blog has discussed an up-and-coming serial memory-interface technology called SPMT and you now have a chance to spend a couple of hours learning about it firsthand, for free. The Santa Clara chapter of the IEEE’s Consumer Electronics Society is sponsoring...  Read More »
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