MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – February 23, 2012 – Nimbic, the leading provider of Maxwell-accurate, 3D Full-Wave Electromagnetic Integrity solutions, today announced that Jim Hogan, Nimbic Board of Director, will join the panel discussion titled “The Resurgence of Chip Design ” to be held at DVCon 2012 in San Jose, California.
Over the course of the last decade, many technologists claimed that in the future, the most important part of a new product would be software, not the underlying hardware. Hardware would be a commodity. Everyone would write unique software on top of off the shelf hardware to create a value add. The relevance of chip design, and career prospects for chip designers would be limited.
But what actually happened was quite different. Large technology firms have hired ever-growing teams of engineers to design the custom chips critical to the success of their upcoming products. Building your own ASIC is often the only way to reach the desired power, performance, and cost goals.
The DVCon 2012 Industry Leaders Panel will focus on better understanding the trends driving this resurgence.
WHAT: The Resurgence of Chip Design
WHERE: DVCon 2012, DoubleTree Hotel, San Jose, CA
WHEN: Tuesday, February 28, 2012, 2.30pm – 3.30pm
WHO: JL Gray - Verilab, Inc. - Moderator
Ted Vucurevich - CEO of Enconcert
John Costello - VP of IC Design at Altera
Gary Smith - Founder and Chief Analyst at Gary Smith EDA
Jim Hogan – Board of Director, Nimbic & Founding Partner, Vista Ventures
Victoria Colemann - VP, Emerging Platforms at Nokia
For additional information on the panel, visit http://dvcon.org/eventdetails?id=131-121
Nimbic is the leading provider of Maxwell-accurate, 3D Full-Wave EM Integrity solutions. Nimbic’s nWave 3D field solver enables signal integrity, power integrity and EMI analysis for chip-package-system design. Nimbic’s nCloud scalable cloud compute platform facilitates em integrity analysis for complex designs cost-effectively and in near real time. Nimbic’s customers include Texas Instruments, Renesas, Toshiba, Qualcomm & Panasonic.
For additional information, visit www.nimbic.com.