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TKTSTPR
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re: Tensilica acquisition to accelerate Cadence core strategy
TKTSTPR   3/14/2013 8:38:31 PM
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It would interesting to know, how does Cadence plan to license or sell the IP (Tensilica cores, Cosmic Circuits)? SoC design houses will be using these IP's in various applications with a variety of flow & EDA tools. It may be a tough sell to lump the IP with the Cadence tools. On the other hand Cadence services sell was tool agnostic. Comments from EDA & Design community ?

rupu12345
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re: Tensilica acquisition to accelerate Cadence core strategy
rupu12345   3/14/2013 7:02:35 AM
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thanks for this good news

Bruzzer
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re: Tensilica acquisition to accelerate Cadence core strategy
Bruzzer   3/14/2013 4:12:25 AM
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ARM is growing through the bruttle throws of have to really learning too compete on multi fronts.

Yog-Sothoth
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re: Tensilica acquisition to accelerate Cadence core strategy
Yog-Sothoth   3/14/2013 3:05:23 AM
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I wonder how ARM's relationship with Cadence is going to be with this acquisition. There were strained times when Synopsys jumped into competition with ARM IP.

rick merritt
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re: Tensilica acquisition to accelerate Cadence core strategy
rick merritt   3/13/2013 4:08:32 PM
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Yeah, I too was surprised to see how big both Synopsys (ARC) and Ceva are in IP.

eewiz
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re: Tensilica acquisition to accelerate Cadence core strategy
eewiz   3/13/2013 9:10:27 AM
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Interesting. Didnt know synopsys was the 2nd largest IP provider. No wonder cadence is going around shopping IP companies. "They should be more worried about ARC,” he said, referring to the processor core company that is now part of Synopsys. It sold 1 billion processor cores last year," Surprised to see ARC is selling 1B cores per year. Not sure why dont we hear about ARC more often like ARM.



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