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Design Automation Conference | San Francisco, CA | June 7 to 11, 2015


Synopsys is the Silicon to Software partner for innovative companies developing the electronic products and software applications we rely on every day. Synopsys has a long history of being a global leader in electronic design automation (EDA) and semiconductor IP, and is also a leader in software quality and security testing with its Coverity solutions. Whether you're an SoC designer creating advanced semiconductors, or a software developer writing applications that require the highest quality and security, Synopsys has the solutions needed to deliver innovative, high-quality, secure products.

Silicon to Software Theater

Join us in Synopsys Booth #2133 to hear industry leaders discuss exciting new developments and the latest trends in IoT, automotive, FinFET, and mobile computing design and use.

Special Events

Join us at the Park Central Hotel (formerly Westin) to hear users discuss the latest industry trends and their experiences using Synopsys technologies, including AMS verification, custom implementation, IC Compiler, PrimeTime, SoC verification and more, in their SoC designs.

Automotive Village

Learn about the newest advancements in automotive design.

Conference Presentations

Hear Synopsys speakers at conference panels, tutorials, poster sessions, and more.

Partners & Standards

See Synopsys highlighted in the DAC exhibit hall at many of our partners' booths and learn about standards activities at DAC.

ARM Connected Community

Learn how ARM and Synopsys collaborate to enable you to create leading-edge ARM Powered products.

Fireside Chat

Wednesday, June 10
11:30 a.m. | Booth 311

Listen to an interview with Aart de Geus,on the future of design, the challenges of 10nm and beyond, and why the industry must ‘shift left’ on verification. He’ll also look ahead to where the future opportunities will be in the next one to five years. Ed Sperling, editor-in-chief of Semiconductor Engineering, will moderate the discussion.