The Standards Game

Archive for May 2009

 

What's up, DASC?

The Design Automation Standards Committee (DASC) is up to all sorts of good.  Its ongoing collaboration with the IEEE Standards Association’s Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) and plans to reach out to other standards-setting organizations in the design automation industry are indicative of its vitality as a sponsor of IEEE standards. The DASC has been in […]

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The 6th Commandment for Effective Standards

In my continuing series, “The 10 Commandments for Effective Standards”, the 6th commandment is: Leverage Existing Organizations and Proven Processes Standards begin in a variety of ways (a topic for a different post). Regardless of what motivates a standards effort, it’s important that a process is followed to ensure a successful outcome. When I say […]

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Accellera's Chair sums it up: Standards are good

Standards are all around us. They serve a role in just about everything we use, eat, sell, and enjoy. While I play the standards game primarily in electronic design, the fundamentals of standards pertain to all industries. At the Globalpress Summit in San Francisco on April 1, 2009,  the Chair of Accellera, Shrenik Mehta of […]

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