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Designed with Cadence is a video series made with Cadence customers about how they used Cadence technology to design real products. Each video is about two to three minutes long. There are currently more than 20 of them, with new ones being added every few days.
Cars, boats, supercomputers, 5G radios, GPUs, speech recognition, server processors...there's almost no end to the variety of products that our customers come up with and our technology helps to make a reality.
There are two places you can watch the Designed with Cadence videos:
To whet your appetite, here are a few of my favorites.
The winning team, Emirates Team New Zealand, in this year's America's Cup designed a lot of its hull using Cadence's Omnis computational fluid dynamics (CFD) platform.
Fujitsu used Cadence tools in the design of Fugaku, the world's current fastest supercomputer.
NVIDIA products are used for a wide range of different industries from entertainment, autonomous driving, supercomputers, medical imaging, and more. Find out from Narendra Konda, Director, Hardware Engineering, NVIDIA, how Cadence helps them overcome challenges faced while designing the world’s largest GPUs and SoC chips.
Corning overcomes the speed, power, and material challenges using Sigrity Simulation technology to provide fast and reliable optical solutions to the world.
Learn how DSP Concepts collaborated with Cadence to create an AI-optimized audio framework using the Cadence Tensilica HiFi processors.
Learn how Cadence's Computational Fluid Dynamics platform helps Honda in solution automation, for faster processing speeds and efficient parallel meshing ensuring functional assurance of engines in automobile development. Video is in Japanese with English subtitles.
Go to the Designed with Cadence playlist on YouTube. Click on "play all" beneath the image on the left.
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