EDA strong but design challenges persist

Erkanat, Judy
January 1997
Electronic News;1/6/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2149, p30
Trade Publication
Forecasts the market conditions for electronic design automation (EDA) in 1997. Dissemination and protection of intellectual property (IP); Consolidation trend in the industry; Tool growth in the overall marketplace; Need for EDA to tie simulation to actual physical layout; Cadence's preparation for new deep-submicron design technology.


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