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Denali MemCon leads "Memory Week" in Silicon Valley, June 22-25

Denali MemCon 2009, scheduled for the Santa Clara Hyatt Regency on June 22-24, is a great opportunity to gain insight into the latest trends in the memory products, markets and technologies. The week kicks off on Monday, June 22, when Denali hosts a full...  Read More »
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Live From Munich CDNLive: The Happenings

By Kenneth Chang, Core Comp AE, Frontend Solutions. So what happened at CDNLive in Germany this year? I always wondered as well, having attended and co-presented papers only at CDNLive San Jose and curious about our other regional events. Luckily, I had...  Read More »
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Things You Didn't Know About Virtuoso: Navigator Assistant

Have you ever found yourself working with a massive schematic having to constantly zoom and pan around to find the block you're looking for (since they all look alike from high altitude)? Then you descend into the block only to find that the sub-block...  Read More »
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Why Your Project Should Not Follow the Fate of the Mars Orbiter - Part I

By Diego Hammerschlag Sr. Technical Leader Team FED The “Orbiter” was a spacecraft on a mission to study the planet Mars. Unfortunately, Lockheed Martin and NASA had a mix up using Imperial units (pounds, miles, etc.) and Metric units (kilometers...  Read More »
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The Great Escape, Part I: How These Companies Exited the DRAM Business

Updated version to reflect correction to company naming due to errors in original (5/28/09) Today's Memory Market is the Toughest Ever. The memory marketplace has always invited participation and competition since the earliest beginnings of the semiconductor...  Read More »
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Friday Fun: Sabotage!

In last week's episode , we saw the Dante Semi team finally adopting modern chip design techniques, and as a result things were finally going well for them. But then some strange things started to happen. At first they thought there were bugs in their...  Read More »
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Report from CDNLive! EMEA 2009

CDNLive! in Munich had it all - stimulating customer papers, demonstrations of new Cadence solutions, lots of lively technical interaction, even dancers in the exhibition hall and a funk band at the evening party. Given customer travel restrictions, there...  Read More »
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Guest Blog: Virtual Platforms Unite Hardware, Software Designers

Virtual platforms bring the people behind hardware and software design closer together, says Jakob Engblom, technical marketing manager at Virtutech (Stockholm, Sweden) . In this guest blog, he shows how virtual platforms can bring new capabilities to...  Read More »
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Tech Tip: Weighting Generation of "Extreme" Values

[ Team Specman welcomes guest blogger Vitaly Lagoon, an Architect in the Generation Technology R&D group] Consider the case where you have a generatable variable "x" taking random values from [0..99], i.e. all values are declared equal from...  Read More »
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Heads-up: DVClub Boston Coming Up On June 1

Back on March 19 here in Silicon Valley, verification guru Brian Bailey gave a great talk at DVClub entitled "Is it time to declare verification war?" . Brian had some interesting insights as usual, prompting me to start to write a blog post...  Read More »
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