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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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Double Patterning – A Double Edged Sword?

Double patterning lithography, which splits designs into two or more masks, will probably be required at 22 nm and below. The plus side is that it will extend current optical lithography equipment to yet another process generation. But it will also add...  Read More »
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Things You Didn't Know About Virtuoso: ViVA (Part 4 of 4)

Today, we're going to take on the somewhat daunting topic of the ViVA Calculator. But first, as usual, a digression. This time a trip down memory lane, or for most of you, more likely a history lesson... Back in the days just after man discovered...  Read More »
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User Interview: Getting “Real” With Mixed-Signal Simulation

Using traditional analog solvers for top-level, mixed-signal SoC simulation is inefficient and impractical. Intrinsix , a design services firm, recently evaluated an alternative solution called real number modeling (RNM). This solution makes it possible...  Read More »
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OVM e Scoreboard Posted on OVMWorld.org

Specmaniacs rejoice: Cadence has uploaded the OVM e Scoreboard Infrastructure Package to OVM World . Here are the highlights from star guest blogger Efrat Shneydor of Methodology R&D: The OVM Scoreboard provides a substantial scoreboard framework...  Read More »
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Verification Planning Made Easy

Submitted By MDV Team Member - Paul Carzola Lead Consulting Engineer, Verification If you're looking for a really easy way to create an executable verification plan, you need take a look at Enterprise Planner, which is a licensed feature of Incisive...  Read More »
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What's Good About Repeating Myself? With the SPB16.3 Virtual Conference, You'll Know Why!

This is a first for me, basically writing about the same topic. But, the SPB16.3 Virtual Conference is an event you'll all want to attend and it's tomorrow! Don't delay - register today! You can read my detailed blog post here - What's...  Read More »
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New FOSS e Language Project: CFS Vision

There is a new free, open source (FOSS) e language project out there called “CFS Vision” that’s been getting very positive reviews from Specman users as well as our own Application Engineers. For example, their latest release is a really...  Read More »
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