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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
logicsyn   5/24/2012 11:27:04 PM
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Yes, Gary Smith always has a very good view.

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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
Hillol   5/19/2012 10:02:02 PM
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I also like the idea.

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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
Hillol   5/19/2012 9:32:33 PM
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Next Analog - We are ready to address analog and Digital ESL. Please review Analog Optimization. That is the first step. Hillol Sarkar www.ago-inc.com

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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
The MicroMan   5/18/2012 8:38:26 PM
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I'd vote for Gary. Gary Smith for President. And he's got entertainment value, too.

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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
sgabriel   5/18/2012 6:33:46 PM
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I second Brian's comment. It's good to see your name on an EE Times article again, Mike. To show how mainstream ESL and Virtual Prototyping has become, it would be good to also mention Synopsys and the work their doing. Collaboration between Synopsys and Altera resulted in a Virtual Target for customers leveraging Altera's SoC FPGAs, giving customers full-system visibility and control while enabling them to jumpstart software development.

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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
Brian Fuller2   5/17/2012 5:22:00 PM
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Mike, great to see your byline on EE Times again! And I second your nominations; Kaufman recognition is long overdue for both Gary and Richard!

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re: Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
Max The Magnificent   5/17/2012 4:13:08 PM
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Hi Mike -- you are right in every respect -- I recall going to DAC year after year and hearing Gary singing the "ESL Song" ("in four-part harmony and stuff like that")... and as the years went by people started to grin when Gary said his piece ... but look at us now! It's not that ESL hasn't been poking its head up here and there giving a cheery "Hello" ... it's more that now ESL is everywhere you look...



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