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Posted by Hélène Thibiéroz on May 26, 2016
Time of the year again 🙂
We decided this year to focus on the concept of Robust Design for AMS verification. Robust Design is defined as reducing variation in a product without eliminating the causes of the variation. In other words, making the product or process insensitive to variation, which is critical as most Synopsys customers move to advanced technology nodes.
You can extend this concept to multiple aspects of a complex advanced design verification , starting from analog mixed-signal simulation up to design environment. Because we wanted to cover those different aspects, we asked some of our key customers to present their challenges and solutions using Synopsys simulators and environment.
During this lunch event, Samsung, Oracle, STMicrolectronics, and Qualcomm will present their robust design flows and methodologies using Synopsys’ AMS simulators and environment (SAE) and share their design successes while dealing with advanced process nodes.
This event will be held on Monday, June 6, 2016 from 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel, 6th Floor, Austin, Grand Ballroom.
Attendance at this event is free, but registration is required. And in addition to a delectable lunch, attendees will be entered into a drawing to win a set of Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Wireless headphones 🙂
You can learn more about this event and register at:
As far as performance in the context of advanced nodes layout and design, you also may want to attend Synopsys Custom Compiler Luncheon, where key customers would present how adopting Synopsys Custom Compiler and its pioneering visually-assisted automation can cut layout tasks from days to hours. Just as a refresh, Custom Compiler was introduced during SNUG 2016 and has demonstrated among its users a very large productivity improvement while doing advanced technology nodes design and layout.
For more information and to register, you can use the link below:
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