The Synopsys PrimeTime SIG is an active community for all PrimeTime users and design engineers who want to stay connected with the latest developments in the field of Static Timing Analysis (STA).
SIG at SNUG San Jose
A PrimeTime SIG event was held in San Jose during SNUG on March 30th 2010. Three hundred (300) PrimeTime users and managers attended the event from more than 75 semiconductor companies. The focus of this SIG was a discussion on optimizing PrimeTime multicore runs.
|Speaker & Topic for San Jose SIG |
|Kenneth Rousseau |
Vice President of Engineering, PrimeTime R&D, Synopsys Inc.
Harnessing multicore hardware to accelerate PrimeTime STA
Ken provided insight into PrimeTime’s multicore solution and how to get the most from existing hardware. He shared what was theoretically achievable with multicore along with some practical examples on real customer designs.
|Pictures from San Jose SIG|
Ken Rousseau presenting to audience
Synopsys employees with prize winners: Robert Hoogenstryd, Bill Shu, Anderson Wang of Marvell, Joseph Kagenski of AMD, Ken Rousseau, Kayhan Kucukcakar
Over lunch, attendees had the opportunity to talk with industry peers and PrimeTime R&D.
Live poll at San Jose SIG
For the first time in a Synopsys customer event, an online poll was conducted through text messaging. The results were shared live with the audience.