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Chip engineers, the unsung heroes of the tech world, lead a secret life at work that's more mysterious than a spy novel. They huddle around schematics like wizards around a cauldron, whispering incantations in the language of transistors. Well, for starters, they spend a lot of time staring at tiny little squares on their computer screens, trying to figure out which ones should be turned on and off to make their chips work. And if you ever hear them muttering acronyms like "DDR4" or "SoC," don't be fooled—it's not techno-babble; it's their secret code for "Don't Disturb, Recharging Brains!" But shh, it's all hush-hush in the world of chip gurus. All in all, chip engineers may seem like a quirky bunch, but their work is essential to keeping our technology running smoothly.
Do you want to know what the chip engineers actually do? See the videos on the Cadence website that were referred to by Jim Cramer on CNBC's Squawk on the Street, aired on October 31, 2023.
Cadence EDA tools have long been serving as instrumental assets in the toolbox of chip engineers, significantly easing their challenges and expediting the go-to-market process. Through a comprehensive suite of cutting-edge solutions and methodologies, Cadence enables chip engineers to streamline intricate design processes, optimize chip performance, and mitigate potential risks using generative AI-enabled products and solutions. By leveraging our computational software expertise that offers capabilities such as automated design, simulation, and verification, engineers can efficiently identify and rectify potential errors early in the development cycle, thus turning great ideas into reality faster. The Cadence GenAI portfolio offers customers an opportunity to optimize their product performance and increase the productivity of their design teams and workflows.
Jim Cramer and David Faber recently discussed why it's an amazing time for chip design, highlighting the fact that some of the world's largest tech companies are now creating their own chips, even if they are not traditional chip companies. We are thrilled to have been mentioned by Jim Cramer, who noted that "Cadence is one of the best-performing stocks in the past ten years." To watch a summary of the video, see our LinkedIn page.