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re: OMG! Cadence to acquire Tensilica
AnySilicon   3/12/2013 2:40:45 PM
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Clive, very good article. Cadence is moving to a new market (IP) by buying market share. The EDA market is somewhat limited, expanding into the IP market is a natural expansion of CDNS offering. Well done!

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re: OMG! Cadence to acquire Tensilica
Neo10   3/12/2013 5:53:39 AM
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I see this as non-viable general purpose processor space as being consolidated. Cadence, I suspect might not exactly sell the tensilica IP as configurable DSP anymore.

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re: OMG! Cadence to acquire Tensilica
eewiz   3/12/2013 5:09:24 AM
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Whats with cadence acquiring all the IP companies these days? Earlier Cosmic and now this. And what will happen to all tensilica customers using synopsys/mentor flows? There was this ARC CPU which after being acquired by Synopsys, never heard of them again.



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