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Neil Hand

Currently working with end-to-end solutions for customers interested in Power Efficient Design. I have 17+ years of experience in engineering design, customer support, sales and marketing - covering both EDA and telecoms design.

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Martin Lund on the Future of IP (Video Interview)
As SoC complexity continues to rise, more IP is being utilized, and the quality and completness expected from IP is increasing rapidly. The IP industry needs to change to meet these new expectations, or risk becomming part of the problem they are actually   Read More »
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New Memory Technologies, New Possibilities
As a complete gadget geek, it’s always exciting to play with the latest technological toys. But if you stop to consider how each new wave of applications powered by these devices impacts the underlying SoC designs, you quickly realize that the memory   Read More »
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Effectively communicating Low-Power and Power-Efficient Design knowledge
For those of you interested in the Power space I recently had an article published on the Power Management DesignLine Europe website that talks about the challenges of capturing and communicating expertise and best practices throughout an organization   Read More »
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Customer Experiences With Low-Power Design
Hello and welcome to the new Cadence community site, and my first blog post. You will see me here from time to time posting on topics and trends in the Power Efficient Design and Low Power Design area -- and most importantly, how we as a community can   Read More »
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