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Slides From DAC Virtual Platform Workshop

As a follow-up to my report on the DAC Virtual Platform Workshop I would like to make sure everybody knows the slides are now available for download. Now you can view all of the presentations even if you missed the event. Feel free to post any comments...  Read More »
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User Interview: How STMicroelectronics Uses Virtual Platforms

STMicroelectronics relies heavily on virtual platforms for pre-silicon software development and hardware/software verification of its consumer products. Some of the responsibility for the development and use of these platforms falls to Laurent Ducousso...  Read More »
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What's Good About DEHDL Usability Improvements? The Secret's in the SPB16.2 Release!

The Design Entry HDL (DEHDL) usability improvements are many and significant in the SPB16.2 release! The DEHDL product moves even closer to other Windows based applications, such as Capture CIS, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Office applications, in terms...  Read More »
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Virtual Platform Panel: What Still Needs To Be Done

Virtual platforms are becoming increasingly important for pre-silicon hardware/software verification and integration, but they pose some ongoing technology and business challenges for the supplier/user ecosystem, according to panelists at the recent Design...  Read More »
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Useful dbGet One-Liners

We've gotten some good feedback about posts in this forum relating to dbGet and dbSet (the database access mechanism inside SoC-Encounter). I've been collecting interesting dbGet/dbSet lines over the past several months that I think are very useful...  Read More »
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Automatically Identify, Fix, and Prevent Congestion With RTL Compiler Physical

By Ankush Sood Principal Product Engineer Congestion is at the heart of the design closure challenge today. With smaller cell dimensions, increased chip-size and an inclination of design houses to reduce metal layers available for routing (to save costs...  Read More »
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Power Issues? Manage Your IR Drop The "Advanced" Way

Just added to the Cadence Resource Library for Allegro PCB SI is a whitepaper written by Advanced Layout Solutions. In this post, Chris Halford discusses how his company works to ensure the PCBs they design meet requirments for voltage and temperature...  Read More »
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A Quick Look Back at DAC

Well, I had good intentions of blogging from DAC , or at least summarizing my four days there when I was back in the office on Friday (July 31). But I returned to a very busy week of actiivties that got bunched up together partly because so many Cadence...  Read More »
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Q&A Interview: Nimish Modi Describes Front End ‘Paradigm Shift’

Nimish Modi is senior vice president for front end research and development at Cadence. In this interview, he discusses Cadence’s front end strategy in such areas as low power, mixed signal, system development, enterprise verification and predictive...  Read More »
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We Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Programming...

I thought I would have time for a regular TYDKAV (Things You Didn't Know About Virtuoso) article this week before I go on vacation, but you know how it is when you're trying to get out of the office for a week. Things just seem to pile up higher...  Read More »
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