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    Michael (Mick) Posner joined Synopsys in 1994 and is currently Director of Product Marketing for Synopsys' DesignWare USB Solutions. Previously, he was the Director of Product Marketing for Physical (FPGA-based) Prototyping and has held various product marketing, technical marketing manager and application consultant positions at Synopsys. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering from the University of Brighton, England.

SNUG and FPGA Debug

Posted by Michael Posner on March 8th, 2013

This week, I have mostly been eating sushi.

Did you notice my blog title rhymed, SNUG and FPGA Debug, I thought that was pretty catchy.

 Alert, SNUG Silicon Valley is approaching fast, March 25th – 27th. http://www.synopsys.com/Community/SNUG/Silicon%20Valley/pages/default.aspx I’m personally not going to be able to make it down this year so I need you, my readers, to attend and then tell me all about it. There is a dedicated FPGA-based prototyping track and an FPGA implementation track.

 FPGA-Based Prototyping Track Highlights

  • FPGA-Based Prototyping: My BFF FPGA-Based Prototyping Solution: Better, Faster, and Flexible
  • Bring-up and Debug of FPGA-based prototypes: Pest Control, Hunt Down Bugs Like the Experts
  • Hybrid Prototyping 101

 FPGA Track Highlights

  • Designing with Xilinx 7 Series FPGAs: The Essentials for an Integrated Synplify-Vivado Design Flow Targeting Xilinx 7 Series FPGAs
  • Maximizing Productivity on Large FPGA Designs: Methodologies and Techniques for Maximizing Productivity on Large FPGA Designs
  • Synthesis Methods for FPGA-Based Prototyping

While I’m unable to go to the SNUG Silicon Valley event I’m planning on making a special appearance at SNUG UK.

On another note, did you miss the recent live web seminar on “10 ways to debug your FPGA design”? Well if you did don’t worry, the recorded version is available here: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/prereg/register.jsp?eventid=579541&sessionid=1&key=1319D5CFF949C3FDAA3F860D951BE1F1&cmp=WEBR-fpga100204-HPW I highly recommend it and it’s presented by Angela Sutton who is an expert in the field.

Yummy sushi picture just for fun.

I’m working on a deep technical blog posting for next week. Well when I say working on I really mean I’ve got an idea for one I just need to formulate my thoughts. Lets see if I can wrangle them by next week.

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