See Synopsys at DAC 2009
July 27 – 31
Booths 1120, 1114 and 1016
Moscone Convention Center
San Francisco, California
You Can Count on Us for hot technology and cool solutions at this year’s Design Automation Conference! Stop by Synopsys booth 1120 to see first-hand, how our latest technologies and solutions address your toughest design and verification challenges. While you’re in the area, learn about the IEEE 1801 and IPL industry standard collaborations in the Synopsys Standards booth 1016, and just across the aisle, visit our Common Platform partner booth 1114 to see Innovation, Optimized!
The Conversation Central talks are new this year. Meet with "celebrity" bloggers and exchange ideas on topics like best practices for using social media and how to blog and twitter. These live talks will take place in the Synopsys booth daily, so feel free to join us and share some of your thoughts and ideas.
As always Synopsys is extremely supportive of the DAC technical program. To see a full listing of Synopsys' conference involvement such as technical tutorials, papers, keynotes and panel sessions, visit Synopsys speakers at DAC. Synopsys will be hosting a variety of educational events focusing on a broad range of topics, such as the IC Compiler luncheon, System Prototyping luncheon, Analog/Mixed-Signal Verification breakfast, IPL luncheon, VCS Verification luncheon, and Interoperability breakfast.
Be sure to attend technology demonstrations to learn how Synopsys' comprehensive, integrated portfolio of implementation, verification, IP and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) solutions address key challenges designers and manufacturers face today, such as power management, software-to-silicon verification, time-to-results, and more!
For all Synopsys DAC information, and to reserve your seat for demo sessions and special events, visit the DAC 2009 website.
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