Aside from the keynotes and technical papers, the networking at an event like DVCon Europe provides a way to keep open-source EDA on the road.
Thermal-simulation specialist Future Facilities has agreed to be acquired by Cadence Design Systems.
Siemens and Nvidia have agreed to work more closely together to drive the development of higher-fidelity digital twins.
What companies do internally to digitalize matters, but so does using the concept to optimize their supply chain with partners.
The formal apps start-up has built strong positions in automotive and RISC-V and will strengthen Siemens in competition with Cadence.
Mentor, a Siemens business, has rebranded as Siemens EDA, almost almost four years after the EDA company was acquired.
Capital has been grown from a wire harness suite to a full electrical/electronic platform with integration for digital twin strategies.
Emulation is already playing a vital role in advanced automotive design within a digital twin environment.
The digital-twin concept provides several avenues to achieving better safety analysis and is likely to benefit from Siemens' integration of Mentor activities.
Mentor's Joe Sawicki talks to TDF about the growing importance of system-level simulation and the long-term impact of AI and cloud on EDA.
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