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EDA start-up puts 'design for debug' in the lexicon

Ron Wilson
11/2/2010 08:33 PM EDT

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re: EDA start-up puts 'design for debug' in the lexicon
krisi   11/3/2010 3:26:16 PM
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Exciting technology from rainy Vancouver! (disclosure: I live here)...it will be interesting to see who they sign up to use it! ...if you want to know more details Veridae presented at CMOS ET meeting in the past, their slides should be posted at www.cmoset.com, Kris

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