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 Cadence Member: About hemant 

hemant   | 605 points
Chelmsford, MA
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Member since: June, 2008
Bio Hemant Shah joined Cadence SPB division in late 2000 as Product Marketing Director for High-Speed Products. Prior to joining Cadence, Hemant was at Xynetix Design Systems, Inc. where he was engineering director for advanced development for 3 years and product marketing director for EDAnavigator, a virtual prototyping tool for PCB systems, for 4 years. Prior to Xynetix, he played various engineering management roles at Intergraph Corporation for 12 years including managing two remote sites in India and Israel. Development of advanced PCB design tools ranged from front end CAE tools [schematic capture, integration of third party tools for Verilog & VHDL design, logic simulation, hardware acceleration from IKOS, ZyCAD; PLD/FPGA tools from Minc, Data I/O and Synthesis tools from AT&T Bell Labs] to PCB layout tools [interactive placement and routing, automatic placement and router]. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a M.S. in Computer Science. Academic Background MS Computer Science from University of Texas at Arlington; BS EE from Birla Inst of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani India
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