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Meet the Prototypers!

Posted by Hannah Conrad on March 3rd, 2011

Guests: Doug Amos, Business Development Manager, Solutions Marketing, Synopsys Inc., Rene Richter, Corporate Application Engineering Manager, Synopsys Inc., and Austin Lesea, Principal Engineer, Xilinx
Hosts: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys Inc., Yvette Huygen, Director, Worldwide Public Relations and Corporate Communications, Synopsys Inc. and Phil Dworsky, Director, Strategic Alliances, and Publisher, Synopsys Press, Synopsys Inc.

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Conversation Central had a full house with the three authors of the newly released Synopsys publication FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual: Best practices in Design-for-Prototyping (FPMM). The group discussed the launch of the new book, the motivation for FPMM and the challenges they have faced. The book has been written in a way that appeals to a wide audience so that both managers, engineers and the like will find something valuable. In order to further support the book and give more resources to the readers, a forum and blog have also been established to gain feedback and allow progress to continue. Listen now to hear more details about this exciting new book!

Links of Interest:

FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual: Best practices in Design-for-Prototyping (FPMM)

Xilinx

From left: Karen Bartleson, Yvette Huygen, Phil Dworsky, Doug Amos, Austin Lesea, and Rene Richter

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One Response to “Meet the Prototypers!”

  1. Hannah Watanabe says:

    The original link given for the FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual was invalid. I appologize for this. Both links are now correct.