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10 Key Ideas Behind EDA360

Cadence this week (April 27, 2010) released a "vision paper" that looks at some dramatic changes underway in the electronics industry - and shows how EDA must respond in order to prosper as an independent industry. In this blog, I'll briefly...  Read More »
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John Bruggeman Q and A: Explaining The EDA360 Vision

In this interview John Bruggeman, chief marketing officer at Cadence, answers questions about EDA360 and its potential impact on the electronics industry. He identifies key takeaways from the EDA360 vision paper and discusses the motivations and market...  Read More »
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Verified by e/Specman: The Palladium XP Verification Computing Platform

After much anticipation, it feels great to be free to proclaim that e /Specman (as part of IES-XL) was used with a complete, vPlan-based, metric-driven verification flow to verify the primary chips inside the new Palladium XP Verification Computing platform...  Read More »
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Corsair Video vividly shows SSD speedup on laptop

Wondering whether an SSD really makes that much difference to laptop performance? Wonder no longer. Corsair has posted the following video that graphically illustrates how much faster boot and application loading times are when there’s an SSD present...  Read More »
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Hands Up, Anyone Believe That Toyota's Problems Are All Physical?

In the past number of weeks/months we have all seen how Toyota has struggled to manage perception around their "sudden acceleration" problems. The first fix that was proposed was a replacement of the floor mats, under the argument that the mats...  Read More »
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Acceleration And Emulation – Why HW/SW Integration Needs Both

Early software development on software virtual prototypes is a great capability, but at some point hardware/software integration requires the accuracy that only real hardware can bring. When that occurs, there are three choices - acceleration, emulation...  Read More »
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Ubuntu on ARM is Growing

Based on the title, you probably guessed I'm talking about growing in popularity. Yes, Ubuntu on ARM is growing in popularity, but here I'm referring to growing in size. About a month ago I talked to a very sharp engineer from Canonical , the...  Read More »
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Who’s up for Chinese?

Recently, someone asked me " .. . why bother translating OrCAD products to Chinese? Everyone speaks English anyway.. ." In a great many cases, that's probably a true statement. But if you're a Chinese engineer, what a pain it must be...  Read More »
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What is a Flash cache?

A Flash cache acts like SRAM memory caches that are designed to speed up DRAM access times; Flash caches speed access to HDDs in an analogous manner. Data is drawn from HDDs as needed and the retrieved data is cached in NAND Flash. The next time this...  Read More »
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Free DAC Tix -- Better hurry ‘cause they’re going fast

Love DAC? Design chips? Looking for a job? Today’s your lucky day. Denali, Atrenta, and SpringSoft want you to be able to attend DAC in Anaheim (We’re going to Disneyland!) so much that they’re willing to spring for a free exhibit pass for you. All you...  Read More »
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