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Mass marketing methods come to SSDs

Newly introduced and available for pre-availability orders, the privately branded 2.5-inch SSDs from established Apple Mac component vendor OWC (Other World Computing) are a sign of the rapidly changing SSD landscape with respect to mass marketing of...  Read More »
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What's Good About SCM and Packageable Schematics? The Secret's in the SPB16.3 Release!

Many customers want to use System Connectivity Manager (SCM) known as Allegro System Architect (ASA) for quick prototyping and then start using the traditional schematic based PCB design flow. Now with the Export Schematic feature available in the SPB16...  Read More »
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Enterprise-class HDDs due to disappear, soon. All hail the enterprise-class SSD.

The great Grand Poobah of SSD research Jim Handy released an industry report on Enterprise SSDs last month. Enterprise applications are currently where SSDs really shine because enterprise users can translate time into money far more easily than can clients...  Read More »
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Last call for free DAC tix

The DAC 2010 (DAC47) free exhibit passes program has been a big success with more than 1000 free exhibit passes already claimed. If you’re procrastinating, ask yourself “Why haven’t I signed up for a free exhibit pass yet? Is there really a zero-percent...  Read More »
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3D IC Standards – First, Let’s Define Our Terms

There's a lot of interest in 3D ICs these days, but there are many challenges to solve before 3D IC design can move into the mainstream. One challenge is the establishment of standards for design, modeling, and manufacturability. But the starting...  Read More »
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Inside Cadence: Training for EDA360

Over the past few weeks all of Cadence's Verification and Systems Solutions Applications Engineers (AEs), Services Engineers, and many Customer Support staff, have been brought together for detailed methodology and product training. The objectives...  Read More »
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FMCAD Call for Papers Extended to May 12

Team Verify would like to inform you about the final call for papers for FMCAD 2010 (Formal Methods in Computer-Aided Design), being held 20-23 October 2010 in Lugano, Switzerland. This conference has traditionally focused on research on formal methods...  Read More »
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SSDs don’t need disk interfaces. Case in point: OCZ’s USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Enyo

Most SSDs are designed to be interface- and form-factor-compatible with existing rotating mass storage devices (aka: hard drives or HDDs). However, that need not be the case. Many SSD vendors are making significant sales by offering SSDs with alternate...  Read More »
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Open Integration Platform – Redefining “Silicon” IP

One of the most interesting features of the Cadence Open Integration Platform , introduced May 5 at the CDNLive! EMEA conference, is that it offers a new view of how silicon IP should be provided. In fact, the term "silicon IP" may have to be...  Read More »
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CDNLive! EMEA: Taking logic design beyond the imagination

With a tagline of "Go beyond your imagination", it was pretty clear that this year's CDNLive! EMEA event would not be a typical user conference. Of course it also kicked off just days after our EDA360 launch, so there was a lot of buzz around...  Read More »
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