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Agnisys Jul 20
An amazingly simple tool which will change the way you write SV/UVM
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Agnisys 8h
Over the years has allowed the industry to manage the ever-increasing complexity and scale of / designs.
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DesignAndReuse.com 11h
. Introduces Conformal Litmus to Deliver Fastest Path to Full-Chip Constraints and CDC Signoff
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grep Jul 19
U.S. tech firms push Trump to allow sales to Huawei, set up White House meeting next week
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Agnisys Jul 15
Portable Stimulus, models, and Trends in by 's Amelia Dalton.
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Abu Nasser Jul 13
Replying to @skirani
I am a "10xz" engineer. I use 4 state logic simulator ;-)
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Daniel Payne Jul 19
Replying to @dennisbrophy
As a young boy I proudly own a 12-transistor portable radio, but now in 2019 we have 6 billion transistors in our smart phones, what a leap in the learning curve during my lifetime. Thank you semiconductor and industries.
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DesignAndReuse.com Jul 15
Blog: "How to Verify Performance of Complex Interconnect-Based Designs?" by
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Ed Sperling Jul 14
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DesignAndReuse.com Jul 17
Pioneer Micro Technology Launches PDK for its 0.35 µm Silicon Foundry CMOS Process
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DesignAndReuse.com Jul 17
Blog: "Is the Role of Test Chips Changing at Advanced Foundry Nodes?" by
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Agnisys Jul 18
Centralize Register Design/Verification from a Golden Specification with IDesignSpec.
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DesignAndReuse.com Jul 15
. Awarded ERI Contract Extension for Analog/Mixed-Signal Emulation Technology Innovation
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DesignAndReuse.com Jul 17
Blog: "6 Reasons to Become a Engineer" by
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Bryan Murdock Jan 17
Kind of an unfair comparison, but I think C++ is actually worse than SystemVerilog.
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Tudor Timi Jun 19
Issue submitted to EDA tool vendor in 2015 is getting fixed in their next "agile" release. Score!
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grep Jul 3
Why computer-chip factories from the 1980s are still going strong in Bloomington
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ARJ Artwork Studio May 30
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Agnisys Jul 10
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Rolf Drechsler May 31
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