Posted by frank schirrmeister on June 18, 2009
Well, today is the EETimes virtual multicore conference. While the auditorium is filling up here in the first minutes pre-key note (305 attendees at 8:03 am) I am reminiscing which work pajama to wear for this virtual experience.
They did not choose avatars for us after all. I could upload mine as the picture in this post shows.
Visit me at the Synopsys booth in the virtual exhibit hall. I’ll be your friendly booth rep on the video screen 🙂
We’ll have lots of stuff at the booth … including 4 demo videos on i.mx31, multicore debug on TI OMAP and two videos on USB debug in our Synopsys USB IP. The organizers mentioned a pre-registration of more than 3000 users. At about 11 different booths this can be a busy morning ….
The login info is again here.
Patrick Sheridan is responsible for Synopsys' system-level solution for virtual prototyping. In addition to his responsibilities at Synopsys, from 2005 through 2011 he served as the Executive Director of the Open SystemC Initiative (now part of the Accellera Systems Initiative). Mr. Sheridan has 30 years of experience in the marketing and business development of high technology hardware and software products for Silicon Valley companies.
Malte Doerper is responsible for driving the software oriented virtual prototyping business at Synopsys. Today he is based in Mountain View, California. Malte also spent over 7 years in Tokyo, Japan, where he led the customer facing program management practice for the Synopsys system-level products. Malte has over 12 years’ experiences in all aspects of system-level design ranging from research, engineering, product management and business development. Malte joined Synopsys through the CoWare acquisition, before CoWare he worked as researcher at the Institute for Integrated Signal Processing Systems at the Aachen University of Technology, Germany.
Tom De Schutter
Tom De Schutter is responsible for driving the physical prototyping business at Synopsys. He joined Synopsys through the acquisition of CoWare where he was the product marketing manager for transaction-level models. Tom has over 10 years of experience in system-level design through different marketing and engineering roles. Before joining the marketing team he led the transaction-level modeling team at CoWare.