It’s only January, but EVE’s event calendar for the first half of 2012 is filling quickly. We kicked off the year with a presentation by Luc Burgun, EVE’s president and CEO, at the 14th Annual Needham Growth Stock Conference January 10. This was the first time we were invited to participate and we were delighted. From all accounts, his presentation was well received.
Next up is DesignCon January 31-February 1 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. We’ll be in Booth #721 from 12:30-6 p.m.
We move on to Shenzhen, China, for IIC China Conference and Exhibition February 23-25, where we will be in Booth #1L26.
Local Silicon Valley favorite DVCon returns to the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose in late February. EVE will exhibit February 28-29 in Booth #602.
Luc Burgun will represent EVE at a panel during DATE March 12-16 in Dresden, Germany. The panel, “Accelerators and emulators: Can they become the platform of choice for hardware verification?,” will be held and will be held Wednesday, March 14, at 8:30 a.m. It will be moderated by Professor Bashir M Al-Hashimi from the University of Southampton.
SNUG Silicon Valley at the Santa Clara Convention Center will host a Designer Community Expo March 26-28 and EVE will be there as a Synopsys partner.
The first half of the year culminates with DAC, as it always does for the designer and EDA community, and EVE will be there in Booth #1926. We’ll have more details about our plans for DAC in the coming months.
Please introduce yourself to any of the EVE staff member at the events we’re attending to learn more about us and our hardware-assisted verification products. At each, you will have an opportunity to discover ZeBu-Blade2, the first member of the ZeBu emulation family based on Xilinx Virtex6-LX760 FPGAs, used for ASIC and SoC designs implemented in 40-nanometer technology. It offers fast execution and attractive pricing for best-in-class hardware/software integration ahead of silicon availability.
And, do stay tuned for more on what we’re doing in the second half of 2012.