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EDA Tech and Tool survey – Amazon and Dangdang certificates

Hi all. Yesterday, I launched a new survey – “EDA Technology and Tools,” which runs through next Wed (Nov 25). There will be a drawing for twenty, $15 Amazon (or Dangdang) certificates. See below for details.

BTW: Congrats to the winners from the FPGA Survey. 

Cheers. — John

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EDA Technology and Tool survey
Nov 9, 2009 through Nov 25, 2009
First 200 eligible for 20 Amazon gift certificates

Hello. We are conducting a global survey on EDA Technology and Tools and would appreciate about 10 minutes of your time to answer a number of key questions. Please answer all questions so we have a comprehensive data set.

Extension Media (publishers of Chip DesignEmbedded Intel® Solutions – North America and China, System-Level Design and Low-Power Engineering portals) is conducting this research study focusing on the evolving trends in EDA tool usages and technology. We would like to receive input from EDA tool users, chip designers-manufacturers, software designers and system engineers-architects working in the EDA and semiconductor industries.

Go to EDA Survey

http://www.chipdesignmag.com/survey/EDA09/

In appreciation for your time, 20 respondents will be selected at random to receive a $15.00 gift certificate from Amazon.com. [Chinese respondents living outside the US will be entered to win gift certificates from either Dangdang.com or Joyo.com]

The drawing will be held on December 3, 2009. To qualify, respondents must complete the survey by Thursday, November 25, 2009 AND complete all of the required qualification data (indicated with an asterisk) and a majority of the remaining questions..

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

– John Blyler, Editor-in-Chief

One Response to “EDA Tech and Tool survey – Amazon and Dangdang certificates”

  1. Marc Swinnen Says:

    Hi John:

    Azuro is missing from your list of IC-Level EDA companies. We do clock tree synthesis, which is part of the core of IC physical implementation, right between ‘place’ and ‘route’.

    We have customers that include 7 of the top 10 semiconductor vendors, and I think their input would be valuable to the survey.

    Thanks,
    Marc

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