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Robots, Emulators and Even More Mega Fun

Have you ever been sitting back in your cube, resting and having a coke after lunch thinkin’ “Hey, I really should get into the emulation business.” Oh, you haven’t? I guess that’s just me then. Yep, there are some certain aspects of electronic design that we should just let someone else deal with. This week my guest is EVE CEO and President Luc Burgun. Luc and I discuss what emulation is all about, where EVE fits into the grand scheme of EDA, and how emulators can help you debug your next design. Oh, and I officially challenge Luc to a karaoke face off.

Also this week, we’ve got a 13 ft Kinect-controlled robot, the newest acquisition happening in EDA, and an XMEGA-A3BU Xplained kit (courtesy of Atmel) to give away.

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Fish Fry Links – August 3, 2012

More Information about the Kuratas Mecha Robot

More Information about Synopsys’s acquisition of Ciranova

More Information about Ciranova

More Information about the XMEGA-A3BU Xplained Kit (Courtesy of Atmel)

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