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Cloudy with a Chance of EDA

FPGAs and Design Automation in the Cloud

Fish Fry heads into the cloud this week. We talk with two different CEOs from two different EDA companies about how their forays into the cloud set them apart from the rest of the EDA pack and promise to make our design lives a whole lot easier. With Dr. Raik Brinkmann (CEO – OneSpin Solutions) we discuss OneSpin’s formal verification tool suite and how it works in the cloud, and why Raik thinks karate and engineering have a lot in common. We also chat with Harn Ng (CEO – Plunify) about how this Singapore-based EDA company is looking to revolutionize the FPGA design process.

Did you know that the Super Hero Pub Crawl and World Record Attempt is taking place in Portland, Oregon this weekend? We’ll be checking that out as well, and giving away an Arduino Uno 65PCS Workshop Set courtesy of Newark element14. 

 
 

Enter to win a Arduino UNO 65PC Workshop Set courtesy of newark element14.


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Fish Fry Links – July 12, 2013

More Information about OneSpin Solutions

Bryon Moyer’s Feature Article: Formal in the Cloud – OneSpin’s New Spin on Cloud Computing

More Information about Plunify

Bryon Moyer’s Feature Article – Elephant in the Cloud

More Information about the 3rd Annual SuperHero Pub Crawl and World Record Attempt

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