The Standards Game

Archive for June 2010

 

A non-standard report on the 47th DAC

The 47th Design Automation Conference is over and blog posts about the conference are appearing all over. (Sean Murphy is collecting them through the end of July on his website.) Instead of the “standard” post, recapping all the events and highlighting the latest technologies that were featured at the show, I thought I’d take a […]

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A new open source standard for EDA

Two years ago, I updated everyone on the Liberty standard which was the first open source standard in the electronic design automation industry. Synopsys made our .lib format (which evolved into Liberty) an open source standard in 1999, opening a new page in the standards game. Today, I’d like to talk briefly about the newest […]

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At DAC or not, join us in Conversation Central!

Everyone’s invited to listen in and talk with special guests at this year’s Conversation Central. Yes, it will be a live event at the 47th Design Automation Conference, but it will also be live on the Internet for anyone who is unable to attend DAC or happens to be away from Synopsys’ booth during the […]

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