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Wrapping Up 2009 With Some Reflections

As many of my customers mentioned and no surprise, 2009 was a tough year. Regardless though, designs continued to get pumped out the door by aggressive design teams, putting products in eager customer hands. I constantly get mesmerized by the number of...  Read More »
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Imitation Is The Sincerest Form Of Flattery - We Thank You!

Let me start by sharing some recent blog activity showing competitors doing some admittedly admirable marketing work . Check it out. They write well, gather some good data, etc. All "good stuff" to help customers like you make an "informed...  Read More »
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Top EDA Standards Efforts To Watch In 2010

There’s some good news for the New Year – it looks like 2010 will be a busy year for EDA-related standards development. Here’s a short list of significant standards efforts (alphabetical by standards body, no implied ranking) that are...  Read More »
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Analyzing Distortion With Spectre RF

Greetings, In the previous appends, we looked at using Shooting Newton Periodic Steady-State analysis to analyze analog circuits. In this append, we will look at using Harmonic Balance Periodic Steady-State, HBPSS, to analyze analog circuits. HBPSS is...  Read More »
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Debug Emerges As Biggest Verification Bottleneck

We’ve all heard that functional verification takes 60 to 70 percent of the design cycle, but what’s not often discussed is what, exactly, takes up all that verification time. For a growing number of design and verification teams, the biggest...  Read More »
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Encounter How-To: Selecting Objects By Pointer With dbGet And dbSelectObj

I just got back from a trip to California where I met with a couple of customers and presented database access with dbGet in the Encounter Digital Implementation System (EDI for short). I took notes on the questions that came up- in particular those common...  Read More »
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Intel TV Interview: Parallelizing Legacy EDA Applications

Can EDA vendors parallelize millions of lines of legacy code, or do they need to rewrite everything in order to run on multicore and many-core platforms? In a Dec. 8 interview for Intel Software Network TV , Tom Spyrou, distinguished engineer at Cadence...  Read More »
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A Holiday Gift For Verification Projects Adopting MDV

Submitted By MDV Team Member – John Nehls Architect and Team Lead for MDV Solutions Deployment Would you like to be doing more with your Enterprise Manager environment but just don’t have the time to figure out how to do it? Maybe things like...  Read More »
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What's Good About The SPB16.3 Release? It's Here - Download It now!

The SPB16.3 release is now available (actually, it was available last week from the Cadence software downloads site at - http://downloads.cadence.com/ ). Where has the year gone! It seems like only yesterday I was blogging about all the cool new SPB16...  Read More »
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Attention RTL Compiler Customers! RC 9.1.200 Is Here

Cadence's synthesis R&D team has an early holiday gift for our RTL Compiler customers. The 9.1.200 release (or as our release management system affectionally calls it, "RC9.1-s203") is now available for download. This release is mainly...  Read More »
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