Power is a big issue these days, and not only did Apache win an award for it, they also contributed to a great Webinar that you must watch...
A technology from Apache Design, Inc an ANSYS subsidiary, earned an award celebrating innovative electronics tools that simplify customer design processes. RTL Power Model won DesignCon 2012's DesignVision Award in the System Modeling and Simulation Tools category. Launched in late 2011, RPM technology enables organizations to optimize a wide range of power-sensitive applications, such as ultra-low-power electronics. The product helps ensure that power-related decisions can be made with confidence early in the design flow by bridging the power gap from register-transfer-language (RTL) design to physical implementation.
And while DesignCon was going on, I did a webinar on the subject of Power Integrity with Apache and Tektronix that was full of great information and lots of questions from the live audience. It has been archived for your viewing pleasure here. Brian Bailey
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