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See Cadence IP Up Close at the TSMC Symposiums

Want to see what Cadence has been up to recently in IP? Register for the upcoming TSMC 2014 Technology Symposiums. You'll find Cadence in Booth #613 at the San Jose event on Tuesday, April 22. We'll also be at the Boston TSMC Symposium on April...  Read More »
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Learn Logic built-in self-test (LBIST) macro generation and insertion at your desk

Cadence offers a new Rapid Adoption Kit for logic built in self test tasks....  Read More »
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Keynote: EDA “MOOC” Opens Door to a Planet of Talent

Participants at the recent CCC/SIGDA Workshop on Extreme Scale Design Automation discussed various ways to motivate students to consider EDA-related careers. And few approaches have cast a broader net than an EDA-related Massive Open Online Course taught...  Read More »
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Multi-Fabric Planning for Smarter Design: Q&A with Kevin Rinebold

Manage chip, pc-board and IC package design interdependencies better with multi-fabric planning, says Cadence senior product marketing manager Kevin Rinebold. ...  Read More »
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Virtuosity: 15 Things I Learned in March 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support

Highlights for this month include lots of useful Physical Verification System (PVS) appnotes and several blog articles on advanced analyses and flows in Analog Design Environment (ADE) GXL. Application Notes 1. Physical Verification Checks and Generic...  Read More »
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What's Good About Capture’s Auto Part Reference? 16.6 has a Few New Enhancements!

The 16.6 release of OrCAD Capture has a couple new productivity enhancements centered around how reference designators are assigned to components in the schematic. Read on for more details … Design Level Auto-Reference Designator Assignments In...  Read More »
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What's New(-ish) in ADE XL in IC 616 ISR 3?

Development Model for ADE and ViVA Virtuoso Analog Design Environment (ADE) and ViVA follow a development model that allows new content to be added in every third ISR. These content ISRs receive additional usability testing, product validation, and demonstrations...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - How IP Enhances Hosted Virtual Desktops

In this week’s Whiteboard Wednesdays, Charles Qi introduces an emerging new application called Hosted Virtual Desktop, which supports increasingly mobile workers who want to use any smart, connected device to access corporate data resources. Charles...  Read More »
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Incisive Simulation and Verification: Top 10 New Things I Learned While Browsing Cadence Online Support in Q1 2014

In my first blog of this quarterly series, I focused on how Rapid Adoption Kits (RAKs), developed by Cadence engineers, are enabling our users to be productive and proficient with Cadence products and technologies. In this second quarterly blog, let me...  Read More »
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Sharing is Learning - New RAKs and Videos for Digital Users on Cadence Support

Friends, you would probably agree that sharing knowledge is a practical way to solve business problems, and contributes to business goals. Thought I'd share some great content that I came across while navigating through http://support.cadence.com...  Read More »
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