Feb 08 2012
This year’s DesignCon show focused more on board-level signal intregity and testing issue than on chip design and verification.
DesignCon has changed over the years. It started as a board-level interface show. In recent years, a large chip-level Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and verification component was added (see references for past coverage of the show). This year, the EDA tools component was greatly diminished as the show returned its roots, although with a much stronger emphasis on board-level testing, debug and signal-power integrity issues.
As usual for an editor, I spent more time in meetings that actually walking the show floor. Still, there was plenty to catch my eye when I did wander onto the exhibition hall. Here is a brief summary of my meetings and show floor highlights from Designcon 2012.
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