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EDA 'co-opertition'—a new era or more lip service?

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mcgrathdylan   12/10/2010 6:06:01 AM
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@Robinho--Wouldn't surprise me if Magma had at some point done an all you can eat deal or two. But I really don't know for sure. Do you have specific knowledge of one?

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Robinho   11/20/2010 8:08:51 PM
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so Magma never shot itself in the foot with all you can eat deals?

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re: EDA 'co-opertition'—a new era or more lip service?
MikeSantarini   11/11/2010 12:58:43 AM
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So does this mean Cadence is going to open up SKILL and Pcells? Put up or shut up...

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