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10/26/2010 05:44 PM EDT
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elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   10/28/2010 12:16:38 PM
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I've been hearing about EDA360 for long time. Certainly cadence is left behind synopsys considering synopsys has a tremendous because of their core business is with in the IC design. But for Mentor graphics and Cadence the PCB system design business is as big as the semiconductor EDA tool segment.

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garydpdx   10/27/2010 1:34:55 PM
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Will this be recorded and posted online for viewing by those of us not located in Silicon Valley or able to attend the event?

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dblaza1   10/26/2010 10:05:05 PM
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John Bruggeman will be having a "fireside chat" with Simon Segars of ARM at the ARM TechCon on November 9th at 5pm (Santa Clara Conv Ctr). http://vault.eetimes.com/armconference/conference/chat/ Should be entertaining and there is a reception afterwards at 6, free drinks!

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