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Ed Lee has been around EDA since before it was called EDA. He cut his teeth doing Public Relations with Valid, Cadence, Mentor, ECAD, VLSI, AMI and a host of others. And he has introduced more than three dozen EDA startups, ranging from the first commercial IP company to the latest statistical … More »
Is EDA Too Complacent?
November 3rd, 2009 by Ed Lee
Jim Hogan and Paul McLellan gave an ICCAD audience their take on what’s ahead (over the next decade) for EDA.
They ended the session with the gauntlet statement: “EDA is too complacent.” And curiously, not one person responded.
If you’re interested in what Jim and Paul presented (and what the responses have been from industry bloggers and reporters), click on the Lee PR link here: http://leepr.com/Home.html
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