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Comprehensive SSD eval puts four drives to the test

Geoff Gasior at The Tech Report has just published a long and very comprehensive side-by-side comparison of four SSDs from Corsair, Kingston, Plextor, and Western Digital. He’s pulled the covers off the drives to look at the guts (and he names names of...  Read More »
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Micron using ONFI 2.1 and SATA 3.0 to leapfrog Enterprise SSDs over HDD performance

PCWorld reports that Micron will soon be rolling out Enterprise-class SSDs based on 34nm, ONFI 2.1, SLC (single-level cell) NAND Flash devices. These drives will employ the 6-Gbit/sec SATA 3.0 interface specification to create an I/O channel with enough...  Read More »
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What's Good About Allegro PCB Editor Groups? Look to SPB16.3 and See!

With the Allegro PCB Editor SPB16.3 release, you can now allow groups to have elements added or removed. The construction and disbandment of groups is now supported in both the General and Placement application modes. Groups are easily created in the...  Read More »
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Specman-SimVision webinar on April 22 (next week!)

We interrupt Corey's excellent "When Less Is More" series to announce a Specman-SimVision webinar next week, April 22 at 10:00AM Pacific time. In short, if you’ve been using Specview with Specman/ e and would like to learn all the...  Read More »
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Eurocom’s D900F Panther Notebook with 6-core Intel i7-980X processor: the shape of things to come for memory consumption

With all the talk of DRAM growth in 2010, you might wonder what’s driving the consumption. It’s a very logical question. Sometimes, growth is simply driven by existing market momentum. Sometimes, it’s driven by a new product category such as Apple’s iPad...  Read More »
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More signs of spring for the 2010 DRAM market

Earlier, we reported on the appearance of several good economic signs springing up for the DRAM market. Here are a few more: Late last month, EDN’s Ann Steffora Mutschler reported on Semico’s 1Q 2010 forecast calling for greater than 70% growth in DRAM...  Read More »
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Why physical guides are like Kramer

There has been a lot of talk recently about improving synthesis predictability by passing forward "guides" to physical design. This was something that we investigated doing in RTL Compiler, too. That was 2003. So whenever I get asked by folks...  Read More »
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Hate Writing Assertions? No problem: let Automatic Formal Analysis do the work

OR: “Leverage automatic checks extracted from designs without writing a single assertion” What if a push button solution existed that ran a set of assertion checks on a design but did not require a single assertion to be written? Would you...  Read More »
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EDA Workshop Debate Erupts Over Parallel Programming

The Electronic Design Processes (EDP) workshop may be a small, technical, IEEE-sponsored event, but that didn't stop a lively debate over the feasibility of parallel processing from erupting last week. The debate comes as EDA vendors, including Cadence...  Read More »
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New Blog: All About Integrated formal, Simulation, and Assertion-Based Verification Technologies & Methodologies

End-users of Incisive Formal Verifier ("IFV"), Incisive Enterprise Verifier ("IEV"), or anyone interested in either "pure formal" verification, integrated formal analysis and simulation verification, and assertion-based verification...  Read More »
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