Birds-Of-A-Feather Meeting: Examining the IP Protection P1735 Standard
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Time: 7:00 PM — 8:30 PM
|Organizers: ||John Shields - Mentor Graphics Corp., Wilsonville, OR|
| ||Jill Jacobs - MOD Marketing and Events, LLC., San Jose, CA|
P1735 has developed recommendations for IP Protection that soon will become a standard. This contains both recommendations and extensions to the IEEE protection pragmas in the SystemVerilog and VHDL LRMs. Its overall goal is to enable IP authors to evaluate and use IP protection to more effectively deliver their IP for use in an interoperable tool flow for a wider IP user community. This session will explain the use models for this protection and how it can work effectively in an interoperable tool flow. It will explain the extensions to support or improve key management, licensing, rights management, and visibility.
The audience for this session is IP stakeholders - the authors, users, and EDA tool vendors. The intent is to provide enough detail for a high level overview suitable for members of the 1800 and P1076 working groups and balance that with enough introductory material to explain the concepts to anyone interested.