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Announcing Indago Debug Platform

Debugging your design should be a lot more sophisticated than a bunch of “printf” statements. But that is exactly what many development teams end up using. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Adam Sherer of Cadence Design Systems about the new Indago embedded debug system. It will change the way you think about debug.

Click here to download a whitepaper and watch several videos about Cadence’s Indago Debug Platform.

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