Lightspeed Logic, the leading provider of mask reconfigurable IP, announced that two of the company’s executives will be presenting at the IEEE International SOC Conference held on September 26 – 29, 2007 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. David Holt, CEO of Lightspeed Logic, will present the Plenary Session “Beyond Standard Cell” focusing on the issues and the cost restraints in developing today’s SOC designs. Also presenting will be Lyle Smith, Chief Scientist of Lightspeed Logic, giving a tutorial on Reconfigurable Logic.
Lightspeed Logic, Inc. presentation and tutorial of standard cell design and reconfigurable logic:
Plenary Session titled “Beyond Standard Cell”
by David Holt, CEO of Lightspeed
Wednesday, September 26, at 8:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Tutorial titled “Reconfigurable Logic”
by Lyle Smith, Chief Scientist of Lightspeed Logic
Friday, September 28, at 3:30 p.m. – 5:10 p.m.
2007 IEEE International SOC Conference
188 Chung Hwa Road, Section 2, Hsinchu, Taiwan
About Lightspeed Logic
Lightspeed Logic is a provider of mask reconfigurable intellectual property (IP), a digital logic implementation technology that provides time-to-market, yield, manufacturability, and development expense advantages over standard-cell implementation. Founded in 1996, Lightspeed Logic has developed and brought to market four mask-reconfigurable architectures, the most recent of which is a regular logic structure available for multiple foundries, IDMs and process nodes. The company is currently working with customers at the 150, 90, 65, and 45 nm process nodes.