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SAN FRANCISCO—A team from Cadence’s IP Group walked away from the 52nd Design Automation Conference with a big feather in its cap: A best-paper presentation award.
DAC IP Track Chairman Mac McNamara, now CEO at Adapt IP, announced the award just before the closing keynote presentation. The Cadence team was honored for best presentation at the IP track for its paper “Design in the Eye of the Hurricane—Building Optimal Vision Processing Systems.” The paper highlighted the technology behind the Cadence IVP (Image/Video Processing) DSP.
"The IVP family is highly efficient and versatile to handle the innate diversity and computational complexity of vision processing," Rowen said. "It’s proven to be suitable across a wide range of noise reduction, object recognition, convolutional neural network, and other complex vision, video, and imaging functions."
Cadence IP Group CTO Chris Rowen accepted the award (pictured) on behalf of the team: Greg Efland, Shrinivas Gadkari, Vadim Kustov, Dan Nicolaescue, Himanshu Sanghavi, and Sandip Parikh.
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