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Posted: Sep 15, 2011
Berkeley Design Automation to Host Nanometer Circuit Verification Forum
(Nanowerk News) Berkeley Design Automation Inc., the nanometer circuit verification leader, will host the 2011 Nanometer Circuit Verification Forum on September 22nd, 2011. This forum is a day-long event, free to registered attendees, focusing on successful approaches to verifying analog, mixed-signal, and RF circuits implemented in 90nm to 28nm silicon.
The Nanometer Circuit Verification Forum is a technical event highlighting nanometer circuit verification challenges in detail, and describing leading-edge solutions and their application to advanced circuits. The forum will feature leading-edge designers, university programs, and emerging EDA companies sharing successful approaches to verifying analog, mixed-signal, and RF circuits employed in 90nm to 28nm silicon. Hosted by Berkeley Design Automation the Nanometer Circuit Verification Forum is supported by EDA companies including Accelicon Technologies, Ciranova Inc., Invarian, Inc., MunEDA, and Solido Design Automation. The event will also feature a keynote by Mr. Jim Hogan, renowned veteran of the semiconductor and electronic design automation industries.
Santa Clara Network Meeting Center in Silicon Valley's TechMart.
September 22, 2011. Registration is required.
For more information and to register visit http://www.nm-forum.com
About Berkeley Design Automation
Berkeley Design Automation, Inc. is the recognized leader in nanometer circuit verification. The company combines the industry's only unified verification platform, Analog FastSPICE, with exceptional application expertise to uniquely address nm circuit design challenges. Nearly 100 companies, including most of the world's top 20 semiconductor suppliers, rely on Berkeley Design Automation to efficiently verify their nm-scale circuits. Founded in 2003, the company has received several industry awards in recognition of its technology leadership and impact on the electronics industry. Berkeley Design Automation is privately held and backed by Woodside Fund, Bessemer Venture Partners, Panasonic Corp., NTT Corp., IT-Farm, and MUFJ Capital. For more information, visit http://www.berkeley-da.com.