There is such a thing as a free lunch - if you're at the 49th Design Automation Conference (DAC) in San Francisco June 3-7. Cadence is sponsoring two lunches at which you can learn about two important technology topics - custom/analog variability, and the use of ARM processors in low-power, mixed-signal designs.
Monday June 4Overcoming Variability and Productivity Challenges in Your High-Performance, Advanced Node, Custom/Analog DesignTime: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (doors open and food is served at 11:30 AM)Location: 270-276 (Moscone Convention Center)
Speakers at this lunch include Francois Lemery, CAD Project Manager, STMicroelectronics; Vinod Kariat, Fellow, Cadence; and Thomas Volden, Architect, Cadence. Speakers will show why variability is introducing new challenges at advanced process nodes, including layout-dependent effects. Cadence experts will demonstrate a comprehensive flow that can reduce total design time, manage layout-dependent effects, and optimize circuit performance without over-designing.
Tuesday June 5Overcoming the Challenges of Embedding Ultra Low-Power, ARM 32-bit Processors into Analog/Mixed-Signal DesignsTime: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (doors open and food is served at 11:30 AM)Location: 270-276 (Moscone Convention Center)
Speakers at this luncheon include Rob Cosaro, MCU System and Architecture group, NXP; Keith Clarke, VP Embedded Processors, ARM; John Murphy, Alliance Group Director, Cadence; Mladen Nizic, Engineering Director, Cadence; and Jamie Davey, ARM Alliance Director, Cadence. Speakers will participate in a roundtable discussion showing how you can integrate ARM Cortex-M processors and other design IP into your mixed-signal design more efficiently. Attendees will learn about the advantages of the new Cortex-M0 processor, ARM Cortex-M based MCUs from NXP, and the Cadence low-power and mixed-signal design solution.
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See you in San Francisco!