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Rock ‘n’ Roll EDA

DAC Takes On the City by the Bay

This week we’re rockin’ and rollin’ in the key of IP with an EDA backbeat at the hottest design automation party of the year – DAC 2015. First up on stage is Mike Gianfagna from eSilicon who sings us a sweet little ditty about big data and tools that love it. Next up, we get all folksy with EDA consortium president Bob Smith. Bob serenades us with a song of innovation and collaboration that can only come from a motley band of many players. Lastly, I explore the underlying themes that define the chorus of this year’s Design Automation Conference.

 

 

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Bill Neifert, CTO – Carbon Design Systems

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Andy Pease, CEO – QuickLogic

Paul Kocher, President – Cryptography Research Inc.

Anupam Bakshi, CEO – Agnisys

Dave Kleidermacher, CTO – Green Hills Software

Robert Blake, CEO – Achronix

Jack Harding, CEO – eSilicon

Michiel Ligthart, COO – Verific

Adnan Hamid, CEO – Breker Technologies

Jeff Waters, VP and General Manager – Altera

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