Denali Software, Inc., announced that Brian Gardner, the company’s vice president of intellectual property (IP) products, will participate on the panel discussion at the EDA Consortium’s (EDAC) Spring Member’s Meeting to be held Tuesday, May 1, at the Cadence Design System Pebble Beach Auditorium in San Jose, California. Brian Gardner will share his insights and experience with business model trends and the larger role that IP plays in the development of SoC designs.
The evening’s panel discussion will be moderated by Sanjay Srivastava, EDA Consortium director and CEO of Denali Software, and will begin at 7:00 PM (reception at 6:00 PM). Other panelists include Brent Dichter, general manager, Physical IP at ARM, Ken Tallo, director of design automation at Intel UMG, Lucio Lanza, managing director at Lanza techVentures, Bill Martin, general manager, IP division at Mentor Graphics, Jack Browne, vice president of marketing at MIPS and Michael Kaskowitz, senior vice president of semiconductor IP at MOSAID.
“As the semiconductor market continues its transformation, EDAC events continue to bring together industry leaders and provides a forum for sharing innovative ideas,” remarks Robert Gardner [no relation], executive director of the EDA Consortium. “Denali’s organization of this week’s panel brings together the EDA tools community with a recognized leader for high-quality IP for memory system development. Quality IP has become one of the most critical elements both in terms of chip development, supply chain management, and time- to-market.”
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About Denali Software
Denali Software, Inc. is a world-leading provider of electronic design automation (EDA) software and intellectual property (IP) for system-on-chip (SoC) design and verification. Denali delivers the industry’s most trusted solutions for deploying PCI Express, NAND Flash and DDR DRAM subsystems. Developers use Denali’s EDA, IP and services to reduce risk and speed time-to- market for electronic system and chip design. Denali is headquartered in Palo Alto, California and has offices around the world to serve the global electronics industry.
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