The Standards Game

Archive for July 2010

 

Reinventing the Interoperability Forum – what would *you* like?

The 23rd Interoperability Forum is coming – October 21, 2010. I have it in my head to reinvent it, and I’d like to know what you would like. What would bring you value from the event? Who would you like to hear from? Is there a better format than the traditional keynote, panel, speakers? We […]

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Show notes: Conversation Central with Brian Fuller

Our first post-DAC show on Conversation Central aired this morning. It was great – the 30 minutes just flew by! If you missed it, don’t worry. The show was recorded and is ready for listening here. Listen to internet radio with Synopsys on Blog Talk Radio Our esteemed guest today was Brian Fuller, and Rick […]

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Conversation Central rolls on

Just a brief update on Conversation Central, the online radio show that brings you interesting guests and topics, broadcast live and recorded for later listening. We introduced Conversation Central online at DAC 2010, and I’m delighted to report that as of today, there have been 1,511 listens to our 27 shows! The show with the […]

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A format war that’s revving up

Toyota has been in the news a lot lately. Something you might not have heard about is the standards battle they’re involved in. It’s an interesting situation and the stakes are high. The automobile industry is moving into a new era of engine technologies. And there’s an “engine format war” being waged. Which will win […]

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