The Standards Game

Archive for March 2011

 

Nominate now–Tenzing Norgay Interoperability Award

Nominations are now open for the 2011 Tenzing Norgay Interoperability Achievement Award. You can nominate a friend, competitor, or yourself. The last day for nominations will be April 15, 2011 so don’t delay. The annual Tenzing Norgay Interoperability Achievement Award, now in its eleventh (!) year, is presented to companies, organizations, universities, or individuals whose […]

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Posted in 1. Life in the Standards Lane, 4. Be There or Be Square | 2 Comments »

 

Standards needed for 3D?

There is more and more talk about the need for standards and interoperability in 3D. We mean 3D ICs – stacking chips in a single package – not to be confused with 3D entertainment which also is looking at creating standards such as those for 3D glasses. And there is more and more action being […]

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Posted in 2. Skirmishes, Battles and All-Out Wars, 4. Be There or Be Square | 3 Comments »

 

UVM – the star of DVCon 2011

The quite successful 2011 Design and Verification Conference was held last week. The most prominent topic at the conference was the Universal Verification Methodology, UVM, which is the latest standard ratified by Accellera. Instead of telling you about UVM myself, I decided to get information straight from one of the participants in the UVM effort, […]

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Posted in 1. Life in the Standards Lane, 4. Be There or Be Square, 6. The 10 Commandments | 1 Comment »