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What's Good About Innovation at Cadence? – It’s Alive and Well and Increasing!

I'm switching gears this week from my regular SPB technical product posts to focus on an annual Cadence event - Cadence Innovation Day . Today Cadence will honor the 2008 recipients of the Excellence in Innovation Awards. This year, 35 winners will...  Read More »
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Innovation != Invention

There's a common misperception, especially in technology fields, that invention and innovation are interchangeable terms. Innovation is a new solution to a problem, a new way of doing things, something that creates new markets and categories. Yes...  Read More »
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Things You Wish You'd Thought Of...But You're Glad Someone Did!

On Tuesday this week we are celebrating "Innovation Day" here at Cadence, honoring inventive engineers across the company. I must admit that most of the time I get so bogged down with the latest customer questions or figuring out how to help...  Read More »
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Emulation Is Here To Stay

A recent blog by Brian Bailey covered the emulation war. I would like to correct some of the facts Brian has mentioned and also add my own comments. First, Brian, you owe Cadence an apology :) You forgot some of the emulation announcements from Cadence...  Read More »
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From Cadence Earning Call This Week

In system development, we have focused on two key customer challenges. First, we are increasing their productivity by elevating design and verification to the next level of abstraction. This quarter, we announced the industry’s first transaction...  Read More »
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Improve Productivity Through Communication and Learning

I regularly spend time talking to people about the importance of the connection between embedded software and hardware design and verification. If you have been following my writing on cadence.com you know that it takes more than tools to succeed on a...  Read More »
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Users Outline New Approaches To Mixed-Signal Verification

At the Cadence Mixed-Signal Design Summit , held Oct. 27, I had a hard time finding a seat in a packed auditorium. One reason for the summit’s popularity was its hands-on, practical nature. A series of user presentations showed how designers are...  Read More »
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OVM Tricks and Treats

Your kids may be going house to house for treats, but you can get a big OVM sugar rush from Cadence's OVM World contributions. Each delectible nugget is wrapped in documentation that helps you savor all the goodness. So reach into the bowl and indulge...  Read More »
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Why Verification Engineers Are Like Football Players

Is it their raw power? Is it the cheerleaders? Why are verification engineers like football players? It's because they know how to squeeze the maximum performance out of their resources to win the verification game. Charlie Dawson, Senior Engineering...  Read More »
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Encounter How-To: Write Text to The Log File With "Puts"

Here's a simple but useful tip that shows how to write to the log file using the Encounter command "Puts"... In TCL, the "puts" command is use to write information to the console -or- to a file. For example: encounter 63> puts...  Read More »
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