Keynote: ARM, John Goodenough
Challenges of Design & Verification in the SoC Era
Abstract: Just as ASIC complexity drove the innovation and adoption of RTL synthesis, constrained-random testing, assertion-based verification and functional coverage, the SoC era is driving innovations in design and verification. What defines the requirements for the SoC era? What is the future of design and verification for SoCs?
Lunch Panel: The Future of Active Power Management and the use of IP in Power-Efficient Design and Verification
Abstract: Customer demand is forcing semiconductor companies to produce more power-efficient products while at the same time technology constraints are making power reduction even more challenging. Panelists will discuss where they see the future heading with regards to power management and its impact on design and verification and the role and needs surrounding power-aware IP in that process.
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