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March 28, 2012

SNUG 2012 notebook: Critical mass takes ever more collaboration

Companies need to collaborate with partners, vendors, and the rest of the supply chain if they are to achieve critical mass, Aart de Geus tells Synopsys user meeting.
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March 26, 2012

Synopsys builds 3D into tool portfolio

At the SNUG event this week, Synopsys is taking the wraps off its plans to support 3DIC, with updates to tools for physical design and verification.
March 22, 2012

TSMC Altera heterogeneous integration is cool but is it 3D?

This looks more like 2.5D silicon interposer-based technology to us, though it is a major and necessary advance
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March 16, 2012

DATE 2012: Coverage roundup

This page brings together all of our coverage from Design Automation and Test in Europe 2012 in Dresden, Germany.
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March 16, 2012

DATE notebook: Aldec builds in more support for VHDL methodology

Aldec has updated its Riviera Pro tool to provide more support for OS-VVM, the recently launched verification methodology for VHDL
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March 15, 2012

DATE notebook: Constraints smooth path for FPGA synthesis

Blue Pearl Software has extended its reach into the world of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) design and verification with a project that has culminated in a tighter integration between its timing analysis tools and the Synopsys Synplify Pro tool.
March 14, 2012

DATE notebook: EDA for the rest of us

Old processes don't necessarily equate to old tools, panelists argued at DATE, especially when a lot of future work will be done on more-than-Moore, 3DIC technologies.
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March 13, 2012

DATE notebook: Forget automation, give us acceleration

The CTO of one European design house wants better acceleration features from analog design tools, not automation that overrides their judgement.
March 13, 2012

TDF Circuits #1: BASIC sets clearer path to healthcare monitoring

Wearable healthcare monitoring systems are a fast growing market, and could surge when clearer device approval regimes are introduced globally. Despite that brake on growth, companies and research organizations continue to innovate in anticipation. The subject of the first TDF Circuits, a graphics-led series looking at innovative implementations, is a subset of the Bio-potential Acquisition […]

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March 13, 2012

ARM decodes a surprising power benefit

ARM has found that in its work on processor design looking at the system-design and process issues as well as the way software interacts with the machine can yield surprising results.

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