Steven McKinney from Mentor Graphics gave an update on the new HyperLynx Release 8.2 with thermal / power co-simulation analysis at DesignCon 2012.
Steven is a business development manager for Mentor Graphic’s Board System Division where he supports Mentor’s PCB analysis technologies which include tools for Signal Integrity, Power Integrity, Thermal and EMC design. Steven has previously held roles in technical marketing at Mentor Graphics, specializing in signal integrity and EMC analysis tools and educating the engineering community on signal integrity, power integrity, and EMC design issues. Prior to working for Mentor, Steven was a signal integrity engineer at Dell Computer developing server hardware. Steven received his BSEE and MSEE from North Carolina State University.
This presentation is by Benny Winefeld, Product Engineering Manager, Place and Route Division at Mentor Graphics. By using Calibre InRoute, the effects of metal fill insertion and CMP on routing and signal timing can be analyzed for a physical design from within the Olympus environment.
This presentation is by Benny Winefeld, Product Engineering Manager, Place and Route Division at Mentor Graphics. By using Calibre InRoute, sign-off lithography (LFD) analysis and automatic repair can be done for a physical design from within the Olympus environment.
DC Drop Analysis is a crucial step in any PCB design flow. Learn how utilizing DC Drop Analysis can greatly enhance your ability to identify potential power issues. Explore how co-simulating DC Drop and Thermal Analyses can optimize your entire power delivery network.
Rajeev Madhavan, Magma CEO, describes how Magma’s Silicon One initiative provides advanced digital implementation, analog/mixed-signal design, timing analysis, circuit simulation and yield management technology solutions that allow semiconductor companies to develop differentiated and profitable SoCs, ASICs, memory devices, analog designs and high-performance cores.
Mar Hershenson, Vice President, Product Development, Custom Design Business Unit at Magma, provides an overview of Titan and how it allows analog designers to more fully explore the design space to significantly improve performance and dramatically reduce power consumption on both new and existing analog designs.