Blogs from around the web that made my "best of the web" list this week...
This weekly posting provides a condensation of some of the best EDA and IP blogs from the web over the past week. If you have a blog feed that you would like me to consider, please let me know and I will include it in future editions.
This week’s winner is:
The IP Ecosystem is Evolutionary, not Revolutionary – Michel Prunty
We need a change in perspective in the IP industry, one that is system driven.
Other good blogs, papers and articles include:
Could Apple revive the digital TV (DTV) market? - Kurt Shuler
Reports on a trio of presentations given at the Gartner Semiconductor Briefing.
Why they Benchmark Productivity – Ron Collett
To determine how their product development competitiveness compares against the industry and measuring their productivity enables reliable forecasting of engineering headcount requirements.
Conversations With Prospects: Practice, Review, Share Notes, Ask for Feedback – Sean Murphy
Offers tips, tricks and common sense when it comes to meeting people – Sean Murphy
Analog IP Nirvana: a modular based design methodology for addressing the agility – Sanjeev Sharma
The proposed design flow has a capability to handle many of the design challenges and to improve the overall productivity.
Ask Max: ASICs vs. ASSPs vs. SoCs vs. FPGAs – Max Maxfield
Is an SoC an ASIC, or vice versa?
Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide Sets New Directions for SoCs – Richard Goering
Cadence announces a new book for mixed-signal fans.
Brian Bailey – keeping you covered
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