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Using A Dual Flop Methodology for Dynamic Power Savings

Imagine this scenario: Your chip is a low power design. You’ve used everything in the book – clock gating, multiple threshold optimization, power shutoff, multiple supply voltages etc. What else can you do to reduce power in your design? Or...  Read More »
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Things You Didn't Know About Virtuoso: The View From Above

A few years ago I bought a wonderful book called "Earth From Above". An amazing French photographer has put together a collection of truly unique aerial photographs of all kinds of unusual natural and man-made landscapes. It's fascinating...  Read More »
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Denali MemCon: Huge Hit in a Tough Market

Denali's 2009 Edition of MemCon, its Annual Storage and Memory-Only Conference held 22-24 June in the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Clara, drew approximately 1150 attendees over three days. After Monday's Denali 'Product Tutorial and Training Sessions...  Read More »
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Q&A Interview: Andrew Kahng Describes What’s New At DAC

Andrew B. Kahng is general chair of the 46th Design Automation Conference (DAC) set for July 26-31 in San Francisco. He is also a professor of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of California...  Read More »
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How to Pick a Synthesis Tool - The Right One for You - Part 2

By Kenneth Chang, Core Comp AE, Team FED . In my previous blog , I had written about how "Synthesis matters." Snippet below. <snip> I had a boss that once said that all synthesis tools are same. This guy knew his stuff, been in the industry...  Read More »
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Cadence System Design and Verification at DAC 2009

Traditionally in Cadence Marketing there were always two major events you really had to focus on: Sales Kick Off in the winter and the Design Automation Conference (DAC) in the summer. A lot has changed. Starting a few years ago, Cadence added a great...  Read More »
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Low-Power Workshop Advances Power Format Interoperability

Design teams concerned about managing two different power formats will find some relief July 26, 2009. That’s the date of a Low Power Coalition (LPC) workshop that will present some ongoing work aimed at interoperability between the Common Power...  Read More »
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Another New Blog on e/Specman

Specmaniacs rejoice: there is a new blog centered around verification with e /Specman by Sandeep Gor: http://digitalverification.blogspot.com/ Team Specman, and we dare say Specmaniacs everywhere, welcome this new resource to the community! Here are some...  Read More »
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Industry Standard SystemC is What Designers Want

This past Monday saw not one HLS related announcement but two...this space is really heating-up! Mentor’s Catapult announced support for control-logic design, and clock-gating (to reduce power) and Forte announced a new release with some minor new...  Read More »
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Inside Cadence: Food for Charity & Freedom

Earlier today at the Cadence San Jose campus, a charity event was held off-cycle from the regular "Stars & Strikes" charity event series , where this time the focus was on food with a hot dog eating contest to benefit for Second Harvest...  Read More »
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