Jan 03, 2012
New Delhi, India
Mr. Sathyam Pattanam, Senior Director Engineering for GenSys™ and SpyGlass® Low Power Verification Products at Atrenta, will participate in a panel entitled "SoC Realization - A Bridge to New Horizons or a Bridge to Nowhere?" at the VLSI Design Conference 2012.
System on Chip (SoC) Realization is the emerging market that bridges the gap between an electronic system concept and its implementation in silicon.
In the panel, Mr. Pattanam will discuss the merits of early analysis methodologies and solutions, together with panelists from other semiconductor and EDA companies including:
Professor P.P. Chakrabarti, IIT Kharagpur, will moderate the panel to explore and discuss the meaning of SoC Realization and its impact on the cost and schedule for advanced SoC designs.
January 9, 2012 from 5:25pm to 6:40pm IST
VLSID 2012, HICC, Hyderabad, India
SoC design promises to revolutionize a vast array of products and markets, but the cost of design for SoC devices is growing at a rapid pace. Shrinking market windows necessitate reuse of semiconductor IP, either from third-party sources or prior internal designs. But the quality and completeness of this IP is often not completely known. Structured design methodologies that focus on early identification and correction of design issues, rigorous methods to qualify semiconductor IP and automated approaches to assembling the components of an SoC promise to address many of the cost and schedule challenges.
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