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Steven Lewis

Steve was born and raised in San Jose, CA. After starting with Daisy Corporation (a founder in the EDA industry) for two years, Steve joined Cadence in 1990. Most of his employment with Cadence has been dedicated to the Virtuoso custom design platform. He has held several positions including customer education trainer, field AE, product engineer and today as the Marketing Director for the Virtuoso front-end design and analysis tools.

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EDA Plus Academia: A Perfect Game, Set and Match
Excuse the tennis analogy, but just coming out of Wimbledon! However, EDA and academia have had a long-standing tennis match, if you will, in which there is a "give and take" between the EDA world and the many universities around the world.   Read More »
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What Your Circuit Doesn't Know, Can Kill It!
Device variation has been a long-standing problem in custom design. Over the years, our customers have made many attempts to model the behavior though parameterization, simulation model extensions, sub-circuits, and by just "guessing" as to   Read More »
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Cadence is the OpenText Connectivity Partner of the Year
Cadence is pleased to be honored by the OpenText Global Partners Program as their 2011 Connectivity Partner of the Year. The award is a reflection of the close working relationship that we have had with OpenText over the past several years, providing   Read More »
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Virtuoso IC6.1.5: Software and Fine Red Wine
Software, like fine red wine, can get better with age as well -- but it requires constant advancements to remain a vibrant contributor. Such is the case with the Virtuoso IC6.1.5 custom/analog technology release , which delivers on the promise of Silicon   Read More »
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Exceed On Demand And Virtuoso IC6.1
Many of our customers use our Virtuoso software in combination with the windows emulation product from OpenText named "Exceed on Demand". To maximize performance between the two tools, we have some recommendations: For IC6.1.4 and Exceed on   Read More »
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Don't Confuse Primary With Only
Given the small nature of the EDA industry, I have read with some interest company announcements regarding "Primary" or "Key" EDA partnership status. In reading the content, it became clear to me that the wording was meant to obfuscate   Read More »
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Jurassic Park IV: The Return of ANALOG
In the lab, no one can hear you scream! When I was getting my BSEE in the 1980s and studying analog and communications, my friends would say, “Why are you studying that old dinosaur, digital is where it’s at!”. Well, far from being consigned   Read More »
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The Value of Virtuoso as an Ecosystem
An ecosystem as defined by Webster's is a "system formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their environment". This describes perfectly the methodologies so common for analog and custom IC design. Unable to strictly rely   Read More »
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Thanks Mr. Colton: Imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery
Recognize the name Charles Caleb Colton? No? He was a British writer who in 1820 coined the phrase, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." His words could not ring more true today. With some amusement, I watched the unveiling of a "new   Read More »
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Latest Virtuoso news from CDNLive!
Hey Folks, thanks to all of you who participated in CDNLive SV. There was a lot of great information shared by our customers as to their success using teh latest Virtuoso (which by the way has a new version IC6.1.3 out on downloads). Three presentations   Read More »
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