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EDA Past, Present, and Future with Lucio Lanza

He’s toiled at this project for years – dreamt about it, laid awake at night thinking about it, and even built a lab in his basement to test it. Eventually he brought in friends (from work mostly) to fill in the missing pieces, and before he knew it they really had something. We all know this story. It has played out time and time again. It’s the story of the startup, and today’s Fish Fry celebrates the men and women who work every day with innovation in their hearts and minds. My distinguished guest is Lucio Lanza, an EDA mentor, venture capitalist, and believer in startup innovation. Lucio is here to explain why funding startups is so crucial in today’s EE ecosystem and where he thinks EDA is headed in the future. Also this week, we check out a brand new way to get that semiconductor quote you’ve been looking for without giving you a headache or breaking your fax machine.

 

 

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EDA Industry to Recognize Dr. Lucio Lanza With the Phil Kaufman Award at ICCAD 2014

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