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DAC DFM Coalition - Do You Work On Sunday Afternoons?

It was a sunny, Sunday afternoon in Anaheim (across from Disneyland). That combination of weather and entertainment didn't sway a group of 35 engineers from participating in the DFMC (Design for Manufacturability Coalition) Workshop at DAC 2010. On...  Read More »
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Changing the Status Quo in SoC to System Hand-off

As part of EDA360 Cadence is learning how to play a more significant role in the SoC-to-System handoff. To date, Cadence has served the SoC market by enabling companies to design and verify faster, bigger, and better SoC devices that get used by their...  Read More »
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MemCon 2010 looms (July 28). Huge networking opportunity with big list of attendees from movers and shakers in the semiconductor memory industry.

Memcon 2010 is a little more than two weeks away and although we’ve blogged about the terrific keynotes, presentations, and panels that will take place, we haven’t really discussed the immense networking opportunity that’s also part of the event. A huge...  Read More »
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User Perspective: What Changes When SoCs Move To 40 nm

What are the "gotchas" as design teams move to 40 nm process nodes and below? The best way to find out is to hear from someone who's been there. At Management Day at the recent Design Automation Conference, Jitendra Khare, director of central...  Read More »
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Upgrading Old PCs with SSDs: Where’s the Notion of Balance?

Martin Veitch of the UK’s online magazine recently wrote a blog that echoes one SSD vendor’s push to get SSDs considered as serious upgrades for aging PCs. This SSD vendor is trying to draft behind the top PC upgrade, more RAM, which is...  Read More »
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SSDs in embedded control: cold rolling steel in old European factories, Part 2, now with photos

Back in May, the Denali Memory Report covered an industrial application for SSDs involving a European steel mill. The SSD-based control system was designed and implemented by Christian Lequeux of CL Consulting in Belgium. Monsieur Lequeux was kind enough...  Read More »
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Flash Memory Summit looms in August: All things Flash

When we weren’t looking, registration for MemCon zoomed past 500 and it’s still climbing. (Register here .) This year MemCon is focusing on DRAM and if you need to know about Flash as well, this is indeed your lucky year. The Flash Memory Summit takes...  Read More »
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New Era Of SoC Design – Still Enabled By Logic Designers

If you were unable to attend Embedded/SoC Enablement Day at DAC, I encourage you to check out Richard Goering's writeup on the new era of SoC design being driven by applications . It describes how Gadi Singer of Intel discussed new TVs that are networked...  Read More »
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Virident PCIe SSD delivers 320,000 read IOPS with 24-year service life

Add Virident to the growing list of companies that have introduced SSDs in the form of PCIe expansion cards to achieve higher storage throughput. The company’s just-introduced tachIOn Drive delivers 200,000 4-kbyte read/write IOPS for 75/25% read/write...  Read More »
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Why The UVM Is Ready For Production Use Today -- Part 3

This is the final installment of my blog posts based on the three common questions I heard at DAC regarding the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM). I've already answered the questions " What does the UVM mean for the future of the OVM and...  Read More »
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