Improving Circuit Reliability with Calibre PERC
On-demand Web Seminar
This presentation will focus on how you can leverage the award winning technology in Calibre PERC (Electronic Products Magazine, 2009 product of the year) to improve your circuit reliability and perform verification tasks that were often considered too difficult when using more traditional tools and solutions.
Circuit verification has evolved from the simple DRC and LVS checks we used to have, into more elaborate schemes that require complex verification. Just as we have migrated many verification tasks to include DFM considerations, Calibre PERC can help with the verification process at both the topological circuit level and with the physical implementation.
What You Will Learn
- The solution spaces that Calibre PERC can help you with
- How to efficiently and effectively perform topological circuit verification
- Creating physical verification solutions that incorporate point to point resistance and current density simulations
About the Presenter
Matthew Hogan is a Product Marketing Manager for Calibre Design Solutions at Mentor Graphics, with over 15 years of design and field experience. He is an IEEE Senior member and ACM member and holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and an MBA from Marylhurst University. He is actively working with customers who have an interest in Calibre PERC. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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