A Pavilion Panel will ponder: Why do a vast majority of EDA firms focus on the declining ASIC and ASSP markets when the FPGA market has exponentially more users and is growing?
According to the Market Trends 2009 report from Research Firm Gartner Dataquest, shortly after the dot com bust, ASIC design starts dropped from roughly 7,000 (in the year 2000) to 3,500 (2001) and continued to decline slowly but steadily to roughly 2500 starts in the year 2008. Gartner has yet to release its latest... Read More
Hi, I’m Robert Jones, the DAC 2010 Tutorials Chair. The executive and tutorials committees have been working for almost a year on this summer’s tutorial program. I’m excited about the topics; I hope that you will find them as compelling as I do. The speakers are all domain experts; the speaker lists read like a “Who’s Who” in the respective areas.
This year, we will offer seven tutorials; four full-day, two half-day, and one for two... Read More
Believe it or not, it is time for another DAC. Yes, the 47th DAC will be upon us in just under 10 weeks. The Pavilion Panels Committee has worked hard over the past four months and we think we have a great program to offer in Anaheim, CA.
If you are a long time DAC attendee, you know the routine – Gary Smith opens the Pavilion festivities on Monday with his list of “What’s Hot at DAC.” Tuesday, Jim Hogan will bring “Hogan’s Heroes” to the podium to talk... Read More