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Crises In The Semiconductor Industry

I am on my way to Japan and I have just finished to read an excellent book and in my opinion a "must have" for any marketer and executive in the EDA and the semiconductor industries. The book is called " Chips and Change - How Crisis Reshapes...  Read More »
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Exceed On Demand And Virtuoso IC6.1

Many of our customers use our Virtuoso software in combination with the windows emulation product from OpenText named "Exceed on Demand". To maximize performance between the two tools, we have some recommendations: For IC6.1.4 and Exceed on...  Read More »
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An Inside Look At The Unified Coverage Interoperability Standard

A standard is quietly emerging to help verification engineers deal with coverage information from different sources - and if that's a concern for you, there's still time to get involved. The Accellera Unified Coverage Interoperability Standard...  Read More »
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What's Good About Optical Wiring On PCBs? See How Allegro PCB Editor Makes This Happen!

This week, I'm taking a brief break from the usual PCB solution/product technical discussions and focusing on a very interesting capability used with the Cadence Allegro PCB Editor product. You can read all the details from this article - Integrated...  Read More »
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SystemC AMS – A New Proposal For Mixed-Signal Verification

In an effort driven by European semiconductor companies and universities, the Open SystemC Initiative ( OSCI ) last week announced the first version of the SystemC analog/mixed-signal language standard, AMS 1.0. Since Cadence is the industry leader in...  Read More »
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Built-in Message Logging – Part 2 of 2

[Team Specman welcomes back guest blogger, Michael Avery from our Services Group in the UK] Building on the Part 1 introduction to Specman’s messaging built-in infrastructure , allow me to share some tips on how to programmatically control and scale...  Read More »
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ARM AMBA 4 Protocol And VIP – A Closer Look

ARM last week announced the first phase of its AMBA 4 specification, and Cadence simultaneously released Incisive verification IP (VIP) for the e language and SystemVerilog. So why is ARM releasing AMBA 4, what's in the two phases, and what's...  Read More »
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UVM = OVM 2.1: Even Better!

Since I'm not a member of the Accellera VIP TSC, I did not attend the 2.5-day face-to-face meeting held last week in Massachusetts. But with the steady stream of tweets coming from several of those who did attend, I almost felt as if I were there...  Read More »
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Bringing MEMS Design To The Mainstream

Micro-electrical mechanical systems ( MEMS ) have been around for years, and have found their way into high-volume applications such as automobile air bag controllers, GPS systems, and inkjet print heads. But MEMS devices such as accelerometers, gyroscopes...  Read More »
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Built-in Message Logging – Part 1 of 2

[Team Specman welcomes guest blogger Michael Avery, from our Services Group in the UK] Messaging is important for two main reasons: It is essential for debugging It can greatly impact simulation performance This is why Specman has a messaging infrastructure...  Read More »
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