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DesignCon Panel: “Total” IP Solutions Fuel SoC Integration

Panelists at DesignCon Feb. 3 agreed that just shipping RTL code for silicon IP is far from sufficient. But what comprises a “total” IP solution for SoC integration? That’s a little more complicated, and it fueled a good discussion with...  Read More »
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Tech Tip: Easy Way To Re-Run Using The Same Seed

[Team Specman welcomes back Application Engineer Hilmar Van Der Kooij as this week’s guest blogger] Often we want to re-run a simulation with the exact same random seed that was used in the previous one. Unfortunately far too many people (ok, maybe...  Read More »
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What's Good About DEHDL Font Support? The Secret's in The SPB16.3 Release!

Well - it's here! Native font support in Allegro Design Entry HDL (DEHDL)! This has been a often requested feature and is particularly important for our mil-aero customers. The DEHDL environment has conventionally provided support for vector fonts...  Read More »
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Apple A4: What We’ve Heard, What We Can Learn

The big mystery behind the recent Apple iPad announcement is the A4 processor that powers this touchscreen, “tablet” PC. What’s in it, and why did Apple design its own system-on-chip (SoC) as opposed to using off-the-shelf hardware?...  Read More »
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What Can We Learn From The iPad About Chip Design?

You probably heard that Apple announced a touchscreen tablet computer last week. The announcement came with a lot of talk of it defining a new product category. That's somewhat laughable, since tablet computers have been around for a few years. BUT...  Read More »
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What’s on the Horizon for NAND and DRAM?

Young Choi , Guest Blog for Denali Software January is a time where lots of planning and forecast are made, with high hopes usually. Semiconductor memory industry, after several years of prolonged downturn, finally started to see some glimpses of recovery...  Read More »
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What Does The History of RTL Adoption Foreshadow For The Future of TLM Methodology Adoption?

Cadence is in the vanguard of a movement to a higher level of productivity via the abstraction and automation provided by Transaction Level Modeling (TLM). The industry is motivated to adopt this new methodology by its promise of achieving profitable...  Read More »
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Three Reasons to Move to EDI System 9.1

We recently announced the 9.1 version of the Encounter Digital Implementation System. Head over to http://downloads.cadence.com , select your platform and choose EDI91. Notice that in our download system, we’re calling it EDI as opposed to the former...  Read More »
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Intel Speaker: How to Avoid “Firefighting” in Verification

Can verification engineers gain control over the verification process, and stop being full-time firefighters? With proper planning, communication, and organization, the answer is “yes,” according to Allison Goodman, validation program manager...  Read More »
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Come See TeamAllegro at DesignCon2010

A new year means another DesignCon and 2010 is an exciting year for the PCB and IC Packaging team at Cadence – sometimes known as TeamAllegro. This year you will find the Cadence booth at an ideal location in the center of the Exhibition floor....  Read More »
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