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UPDATE: EU ClubT's Start This Week!

Just a quick reminder that the ClubT series starts this week! Here are the specific dates and locations: Feldkirchen (Munich area), Germany on this Thursday October 15 Eindhoven, The Netherlands on this Friday October 16 Grenoble, France this coming Monday...  Read More »
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Why Stress Gives Designers Headaches at 45 nm and Below

Transistor stress may become the dominant source of systematic variation at 45 nm and below, yet there’s been surprisingly little discussion about this issue. Today, stress-induced variability is primarily a concern for design teams who are pushing...  Read More »
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Leakage Power and National Security

I read an interesting article recently on EDN regarding a new way to determine cryptographic keys using leakage power. Differential power has long been documented to be a method of cracking keys. In this paper, the author, Milena Jovanovic of the University...  Read More »
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Combining Formal Analysis and Simulation Provides New Capabilities

In the early days of formal verification technology, some advocates thought it would replace block-level simulation. While this works for certain types of blocks, nowadays we see formal analysis technology as a complement to simulation that has some strengths...  Read More »
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What's Good About PDV Symbol Property Templates? The Secret's in the SPB16.2 Release!

Allegro PCB Librarian / Part Developer (PDV) Symbol Property Templates have been a very beneficial feature in the SPB16.2 release. IEEE standards define a certain set of properties and their attributes for a symbol. Adding these properties individually...  Read More »
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Q&A Interview: CMO John Bruggeman Presents Bold Vision For EDA

John Bruggeman , Cadence’s new Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), is bringing a fresh sense of excitement and vision to Cadence and the EDA industry. In this interview he talks about EDA as a “noble cause” that can help save the planet,...  Read More »
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Running Low on Power or Receiving Mixed Signals? Talk to the Expert Users

Everytime my wife and I are looking to buy a big item, we do our research by reading blogs, articles, and customer reviews. I have to tell you, the single best source for information is through customer reviews and testimonials by actual users. Testimonials...  Read More »
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SoC and remodeling cost estimation

Over at Cadence's Industry Insights blog by Richard Goering , he has a great writeup of a panel at the Virtual SoC Conference entitled "Are SoC Development Costs Significantly Underrated?" In it, there was a great analogy comparing a chip...  Read More »
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Intrusive Software Debugging: Friend or Foe?

One of the great benefits of working with simulation (RTL, SystemC , or any Virtual Platform) is the ability to provide non-intrusive interactive software debugging. Interactive software debugging provides the control and data access needed to inspect...  Read More »
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Branching Out - My Twitter Experiment

I enjoy writing on this blog, but I don't get to post nearly as much as I would like. So I am going to try posting more often over on Twitter. It should be less-formal and more conversational, which are both more up my alley. I will of course continue...  Read More »
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