Mentor will present seven papers during the ARMTech Con and a dedicated session, and exhibit at Booth #606.
Mentor, a Siemens business, has released details on its varied activities at DAC 2017, ranging from panels to technical papers.
Three Mentor divisions - Embedded, PADS and Tanner EDA - will present their latest innovations during the conference and exhibition in Nuremberg next week.
On-demand seminar explains how to exploit recently announced integration of Tanner and Eldo suites for sensor, IoT and other design types.
Catch up with the vendor's plans for the ARM technical conference in Santa Clara later this month.
Stability is the watchword as AMS and MEMS specialist Tanner retains much of its independence - a 'start-up with a billion-dollar company behind us'.
Following Mentor's acquisition of Tanner EDA, management expect the integration will help with a drive into IoT applications and systems that need to go beyond standard IC lithography.
Tanner EDA has completed the port of its HiPer Silicon design suite to work with the OpenAccess database, providing better interoperability with foundry process design kits (PDKs) and with other vendors’ IC design tools as well as providing better support for multiple users accessing the same design.
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