IPextreme to Present CoReUse/QCore IP Design Methodology at DesignCon

At DesignCon 2009 in Santa Clara, CA from February 2-5, 2009, IPextreme®, Inc., the company bringing famous IP (intellectual property) to system-on-chip designers worldwide, is giving a CoReUse tutorial; featuring licensable, technology-independent Power Architecture processors in the Power.Org booth; and exhibiting.

Tutorial
“CoReUse/QCore – Industry’s First IP-based Design Methodology and IP Compliance-checking Tool,” will give attendees a good understanding of the CoReUse IP-based design methodology and QCore CoReUse Compliance tool. Developed and used at NXP Semiconductors over the last 10 years, CoReUse represents not only the industry’s leading example of IP reuse at work, but is a living and practical IP-based design methodology that can adapt to changing technologies, standards, and EDA flows and that provides a proven framework for companies to develop and use semiconductor intellectual property. Since maintaining compliance to any methodology is difficult, NXP also developed QCore, a tool that is used for checking an IP’s compliance with the CoReUse standard.

Each attendee will receive one free printed copy of the CoReUse manual.

Track: TF-MP1
www.designcon.com/2009/attendees/schedule/1_tf_mp_1.asp
Taught by Pierre Thomas, Vice President, Engineering, IPextreme, Inc.
Monday, February 2nd, from 1:30 to 4:30 pm
To register, please go to: www.designcon.com/2009/register/

Power.org Exhibit Booth
IPextreme has been a member Power.org since 2006 and will be present, along with other members of the Power.org ecosystem, at the Power.org booth on February 3-4th. IPextreme and other members of Power.org will be presenting overviews of their respective Power Architecture solutions on February 5th.

IPextreme will be featuring its portfolio of licensable, synthesizable, technology-independent Power Architecture microprocessors

Warren Savage, President and CEO, IPextreme, Inc. and Rick Tomihiro, Vice President, Marketing, IPextreme, Inc.
Tuesday & Wednesday, February 3rd & 4th, 2009 from 12:30 to 6:30 pm PST
Power.org Booth #753 (exhibition floor on Feb 3-4th) and Power.org Room #212 (on February 5th). Times will be announced at the show.

IPextreme Exhibit Booth
IPextreme provides designers with famous IP from leading semiconductor companies and has an extensive portfolio of automotive, consumer and processor IP. IPextreme will be available to answer questions in their booth on CoReUse, QCore or any of their available IP cores. There will also be a drawing twice daily to win a yearly subscription to the CoReUse Foundation eBooks.

Tuesday & Wednesday, February 3rd & 4th, 2009 from 12:30 to 6:30 pm PST
Booth #841

All events will be held at DesignCon (www.designcon.com/2009/) in the Santa Clara Convention Center, 5101 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, California.

About IPextreme Inc.
IPextreme licenses famous semiconductor IP (intellectual property) and methodologies developed by large semiconductor companies to chip designers worldwide. These production-proven IP products serve both broad horizontal markets and specific verticals such as consumer and automotive, and are provided in a process-independent and EDA-neutral format for easy use by the widest range of customers. With a decade of experience in developing, packaging, licensing and supporting IP, IPextreme offers a complete business solution that allows semiconductor companies to strategically leverage their internal IP portfolio and expand overall revenue. The company has offices in Campbell, California; Munich, Germany; and Tokyo, Japan with representatives in China, India, Israel, Korea and Taiwan.

IPextreme and Core Store are registered trademarks of IPextreme Inc.