Wally Rhines

June 2008
Portable Design;Jun2008, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p52
An interview with Wally Rhines, CEO of Mentor Graphics Corp., is presented. When asked about how long does the company can initiate and standardize the Unified Power Format (UPF), Rhines explains that the company will market a complete functional verification solution for it. Rhines also emphasizes that algorithmic design through synthesis as well as physical design and net lists are essential in systems design.


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