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Peter Clarke
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re: Cadence buying Evatronix to boost IP pool
Peter Clarke   5/8/2013 12:13:16 PM
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One main model is that with IP cores and the right licensing terms EDA companies get paid on per chip basis, rather than on a per design seat basis. This may allow them to draw down more of the value that their tools and cores help create.

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re: Cadence buying Evatronix to boost IP pool
eewiz   5/8/2013 5:00:30 AM
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Woa! Cadence is on a roll. Lot of IP acquisitions these days. Apart from "buying revenue" with acquisitions, I wonder what are the potential new markets/models these EDA companies should explore?



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