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Food for thought: EDA roadmap?

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James Colgan
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re: Food for thought: EDA roadmap?
James Colgan   4/21/2009 3:01:32 PM
I'm often surprised not to see topics that other software-based industries address within roadmaps. Building off your interoperatility item, what about licensing, deployment, infrastructure and resource management, user interface design, etc? These are aspects that the customer has to deal with every day, and have real impacts on business and utility. But there's no mention of it anywhere...maybe because customers aren't complaining loud enough?

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