The short answer to the question posed in the title is: Nobody knows. It all depends on Cadence. It could be good, or it could be bad. So what’s my point? FMF has always, since 1995, provided models as standards compliant source code. One of the advantages to our users is that no matter what… Continue reading What Does Cadence’s Aquisition of Denali Mean for Denali Customers?
The System Verification Forum previously found elsewhere on this website has been shut down. Last year the level of spam became intolerable. The site was changed to make posting more difficult. This resulted in a 90% reduction in spam but a 100% reduction in relevant posts. Therefor, I have decided to discontinue the forum. In… Continue reading End of the System Verification Forum
I just signed up for the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 7-10 and thought I should remind you about it too. Since this blog is aimed at engineers, you may be wondering why I would mention a consumer show. So, here are my reasons for going -you can judge if they apply… Continue reading Consumer Electronics Show
OK, this is not verification related but it should be of interest to engineers. On Wednesday and Thursday I attended OpenSource World (formerly Linux World) at Moscone West in San Francisco. I missed the show last year but it was significantly smaller this year than in 2007. The exhibit area in particular was a fraction… Continue reading OpenSource World 2009
The Flash Memory Summit at the Santa Clara Convention Center got off to a great start today. The three day agenda is packed with interesting talks on all aspects of flash memory. According to Tom Coughlin, registration so far has topped 1200, a new high. The fact that half the registrations came in just the… Continue reading Flash Summit Off to Great Start