Use Model Versatility: Key To Return On Investment For Emulation


When we announced Palladium Z1 now almost two years ago in November 2015, we emphasized versatility of use models as a key component to optimize return on investment when adopting emulation. Today, our biggest customers are using emulation as a compute resource with 10s of projects in parallel, and they are running a large number of different use models on it. This year alone, more than 30 cust... » read more

Avoiding A $7.7B Chip Design Cost


For years, the story about semiconductor development cost and about EDA contributions has been pretty simple. Cost has been, is, and will likely be for a while, the single biggest issue in scaling development for more complex designs. The next big leap for verification productivity will be the close integration of verification and design engines, both vertically and horizontally as I have writt... » read more

More Pain In More Places


Pain is nothing new in to the semiconductor industry. In fact, the pain of getting complex designs completed on budget, and finding the bugs in those designs, has been responsible for decades of continuous growth in EDA, IP, test, packaging, and foundries. But going forward there is change afoot in every segment of the flow from architecture to design to layout to verification to manufacturi... » read more