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Q&A Interview: New IEEE DASC Chair Discusses EDA Standards

Stan Krolikoski, group director for standards and ecosystems at Cadence, has been elected chair of the IEEE Design Automation Standards Committee ( DASC ), which oversees all EDA-related IEEE standards activities. In this interview he discusses the role...  Read More »
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Android System Verification Part 4

Welcome to Part 4 of Android System Verification. If you are just joining make sure to read the previous three parts to get up to speed. In Part 3 I demonstrated how to use a C program to connect to the Android emulator's telnet server and how to...  Read More »
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Preparing The Next Generation Of IC Designers

While many universities offer classes in VLSI design, it is very difficult for universities to turn out graduates who can go right to work as chip designers. As a result, there’s a looming shortage of engineers in key areas such as RF, mixed-signal...  Read More »
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1st Anniversary Of The Team Specman Blog!

Specmaniacs rejoice: today is the 1st anniversary of the launch of this blog!!! To commemorate the occasion, allow us to highlight the top 5 posts (out of 72 total!) from the past year, AND give a shout out to the Specmaniac websphere with a roll-up of...  Read More »
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User Interview: Forging A Multi-Mode Synthesis Flow

Traditional synthesis flows aren’t keeping up with IC complexity and low-power demands, according to Laszlo Borbely, design engineer at Micron Technology . At the recent CDNLive! Silicon Valley , Borbely discussed a new flow that uses concurrent...  Read More »
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What's Good About The SPB16.3 Virtual Conference? The Doors are Still Open!

What a terrific event last Wednesday! The SPB16.3 Virtual Conference was attended by more than 600 customers. If you could not attend the live session, the web based event is still open for the next 4 months (until April 2, 2010) - so please open your...  Read More »
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Specman – SimVision Interaction Tips and Tricks

[Team Specman welcomes guest blogger Alex Chudnovsky of Specman R&D] As we are all creatures of habit, sometimes it's hard to adapt to new work flows no matter how beneficial the change may be. Clearly this is the case in the transition of the...  Read More »
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Keynote: Little-Known Facts About The History Of Computing

Computers, vacuum tubes, semiconductors and printed circuit boards all have an older history than most people think, according to Clive “Max” Maxfield (right), keynote speaker at the recent Allegro and OrCAD 16.3 Virtual Conference event....  Read More »
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APD and SiP Layout 16.3 - Virtual-ly Amazing

On December 2, the Cadence Allegro team went live with the Cadence Allegro and OrCAD 16.3 Virtual Conference (CAO16.3). This virtual first in EDA was an amazing success with hundreds of visitors, many of whom visited the SiP and IC Packaging booth. If...  Read More »
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ARM Techcon3 Virtual Classroom

For those that read my September post about ARM Techcon3 in Santa Clara but couldn't make it, the Virtual Classroom is now open. All of the recorded presentations are available. You need to register, but the process was painless and I was watching...  Read More »
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