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Taiwan DRAM Makers...Trapped by Their Culture?

Can Taiwanese DRAM Makers Decide What to do Next...in Time? We recently saw yet another article, this one in EETimes Asia, suggesting that Taiwan DRAM makers stop bickering with one another, and go ahead and consolidate their operations into a larger...  Read More »
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IEEE P1647-2010 Call For Participation

Attention Specmaniacs: the IEEE 1647 working group is looking for a few additional volunteers to help develop the next version of the e language standard. In case you haven't seen the article from new Working Group chair Darren Galpin on the "Industry...  Read More »
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Things You Didn't Know About Virtuoso: Introduction

A while ago, I somehow ended up on the mailing list of a rather odd catalog called "Things You Never Knew Existed..." I think I got on the list when I bought some stocking stuffers for my kids for Christmas-things like little plastic pencil...  Read More »
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CDNLive Munich Guide for Specmaniacs

Good news for Specmaniacs based in the EU: next week from May 18-20 is the annual CDNLive! event in Munich. An overview of the conference with info on how to register is here: http://www.cadence.com/cdnlive/eu/2009/pages/default.aspx Naturally CDNLive...  Read More »
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Guest Blog: New IEEE P1647 Chair On What’s Next For e Language

Darren Galpin, senior staff engineer at Infineon , recently became chair of the IEEE P1647 working group for e language standardization. In this guest blog, he describes what’s coming up for the 2010 revision of the verification language, and calls...  Read More »
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Friday Fun: The Secrets of EDA Marketing

A little context for this episode - the old EDA company sent in their execs in the previous episode - so here we have Charlene bringing her marketing guy along to try to salvage things with Chip. Chip is annoyed, but decides to have them be useful. Big...  Read More »
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Cross Currents in Memory Market Signal Changes Ahead

No one can say with any certainty, but... Recent improvements in DRAM and NAND pricing, a firming of demand, and a 'the bloom is off the rose' attitude toward the 'TMC DRAM Salvation Initiative', have all pointed to perhaps a better memory future, after...  Read More »
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Modeling Interfaces with C-to-Silicon Compiler

Users of ESL tools are curious about the procedure for handling the interface to a bus or other communicaton protocol in a High Level Synthesis environment. This is usually formulated in the following question: “How do we take into account the interface...  Read More »
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Tracing TLM 2.0 Activity in an ESL Design – Part 3

Last time I discussed how to use –sctlmrecord to produce an SST2 database of TLM 2.0 transaction data ( http://www.systemc.org ). In this post, we’ll explore the data in the Simvision Waveform Viewer, the Transaction Explorer, and with TxE...  Read More »
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CDNLive! Silicon Valley Call for Papers Abstract Submission Deadline is Looming!

Just a quick head's up - the deadline for abstract submission for the Silicon Valley CDNLive! is May 15 . The conference will take place October 1-2 at the Santa Clara Marriott. You can go here to submit an abstract . Check out some of the past Logic...  Read More »
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