Will you be at IP-SoC? IP? IP-ESC? Blog 11/30/2009 Post a comment Because IPs have become subsystems or platforms it appeared as a natural extension that IP09 would be combined with Embedded Systems Conference to become IP"ESC 2009 addressing a continuous technical spectrum from IP to SoC to embedded systems.
ABV: Is there a there there? Blog 11/26/2009 Post a comment Despite good promises, wide-scale use of Assertion Based Verification (ABV) has not materialized because it is a difficult technology to implement and is perceived as marginally cost-effective. If it had been easy, everyone would have jumped on it by now, Howard Martin, Zocalo Tech president said.
A consortium to be Mentor'ed Blog 11/24/2009 Post a comment Two years after Cadence and Synopsys joined the SOI Consortium, Mentor Graphics has knocked on the door to provide EDA tool and methodology support for the SOI technology.
Overheard: It's the LUV economy Blog 11/13/2009 Post a comment Paul Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm Inc. (San Diego, Calif.) said he heard someone say it was a LUV economy. That is the European economy is performing in the shape of an L, the U.S. economy is performing in the shape of U and the Asian economy is performing like a V.
CEO's pay, SMIC, Zune lead weekly story ranking Blog 11/13/2009 Post a comment
Here are the top five online stories for the week beginning Sunday, Nov. 8, as ranked by EE Times readers, up to and including Friday, Nov. 13. The ranking is based on the number of reader "views" or "hits" on a particular article.
Comment: Is Abu Dhabi targeting Intel rather than TSMC? Blog 11/9/2009 6 comments With Waleed Al Muhairi, chief operating officer of Abu Dhabi government investment vehicle Mubadala Development Co., predicting Abu Dhabi would be making chips at home within four years, we are reminded that the Gulf states' aspirations to get into the chip business are long-enduring. But when Al Muhairi said Abu Dhabi wants to compete with Intel was that hubris?
Comment: Suppliers and customers must work together to ease market chaos Blog 11/5/2009 Post a comment Writing for MarketEye, TTI’s online vehicle for providing accurate and up-to-date market information in the IP&E industry, Dennis Zogbi, president and owner of the Paumanok Group which specializes in providing market analysis on the passive components market, comments that for the year ending March 2009, the global market for passive electronic components, including fixed capacitors, linear resistors and discrete inductors, was worth approximately $19.6 billion representing an 18 percent year on
Comment: Online backup or cloud recovery? Blog 11/5/2009 Post a comment Backing up files and data online has been around for quite a while, but it has never really taken off in a big way for business customers. There is also a new solution coming onto the market which uses "the cloud" for backup and recovery of company data. While these two approaches to disaster recovery appear to be similar, there are some significant differences as well. So which one would be right for you?
DAC survey uncovers surprises Blog 11/2/2009 Post a comment At this year's DAC in San Francisco, EVE SA (Palaiseau, France) conducted a survey to determine preferences and prevalence of verification environments.
In this guest blog, Lauro Rizzatti, general manager of EVE USA, presents the survey findings, bearing strong promises for hardware-assisted verification vendors.
In conjunction with unveiling of EE Times’ Silicon 60 list, journalist & Silicon 60 researcher Peter Clarke hosts a conversation on startups in the electronics industry. One of Silicon Valley's great contributions to the world has been the demonstration of how the application of entrepreneurship and venture capital to electronics and semiconductor hardware can create wealth with developments in semiconductors, displays, design automation, MEMS and across the breadth of hardware developments. But in recent years concerns have been raised that traditional venture capital has turned its back on hardware-related startups in favor of software and Internet applications and services. Panelists from incubators join Peter Clarke in debate.