https://youtu.be/KwrfcMtbMDM Coming from CDNLive Japan (camera Asushi Tanaka) Monday: Nicolas's Recipe for Digital Marketing in EDA Tuesday: Embargoed announcement Wednesday: Trends, Technologies, and Regulation in China's Auto Market Thursday: Breakfast Bytes Guide to Armenia Friday:Turning Fixed ...
As I said on Monday, I am in Japan this week for CDNLive. I haven't been in Japan for business since the year when I was CEO of Envis. Friday it's CDNLive Japan, held in the Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyo. ...
Cadence has talked about System Design Enablement for the last few years, taking a more holistic view of designing a system. This means taking into account not just the chip(s) in the system, but also the packages, boards, and the software ...
I recently talked with Mr Takizawa of Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation (TDSC) about their use of Cadence's Interconnect Workbench (IWB). IWB has been deployed on 6 completed ASIC projects, and a seventh that is still ongoing. The experience related here ...
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