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The Voices of DAC—Standards: systematic or sausage factory?

Posted by Hannah Conrad on June 14th, 2011

Guest: Shishpal Rawat, Chair of Accellera

Host: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys

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The Chair of Accellera, Shishpal Rawat, offered insights into the standard creation process in design automation. Discover details about Accellera’s documented standardization process and what happens if a group does not follow it. Find out about Accellera’s active standards and how they help a “real” engineer who is designing a chip. Listen to Shishpal as he speaks openly about what areas of design automation he believes lack in standards and the surprises and difficulties that come with being the chair of a standard setting organization. Do you want to be involved in standard development? Hear straight from Shishpal how to participate in standard development.

Links of interest:

Accellera

IEEE Standards Association

f Accellera, Shishpal Rawat, offered insights into the standard creation process in design automation. Discover details about Accellera’s documented standardization process and what happens if a group does not follow it. Find out about Accellera’s active standards and how they help a “real” engineer who has a chip to design. Listen to Shishpal as he speaks openly about what areas of design automation he believes lacks in standards and the surprises and difficulties that come with being the chair of a standard setting organization. Do you want to be involved in standard development? Hear straight from Shishpal how to participate in standard development.

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