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patrick.mannion
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re: As design goes global, tools get more critical
patrick.mannion   8/24/2009 8:35:15 PM
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Is there a platform or a tool available that will allow me to contract with engineers around the globe on pieces of a design I want done for which I don't have in-house capability? This applies to both system and IC design. Thanks for any help on this.

patrick.mannion
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re: As design goes global, tools get more critical
patrick.mannion   8/24/2009 8:37:30 PM
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PS: meant to add -- nice piece. I'm all for recognizing the global nature of our design environment and enabling those designers around the globe to exercise their skills on a contract basis.

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re: As design goes global, tools get more critical
twk   10/30/2009 3:02:44 PM
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Hey Neutrino, most of the platforms tend to be IC-design oriented (ICManage comes to mind and were also featured in this issue of EETimes). Also, Siemens has one for more system oriented design. That you're looking for? If so, I can point you to the contact there.



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