Cloud native EDA tools & pre-optimized hardware platforms
Synopsys Webinar | On-demand
Historically, the digital design process requires in-depth knowledge of each tool in the cycle. Getting up and running involves writing hundreds of lines of script. Many companies lack the resources or in-house expertise. This is where a cloud-based, expert-built digital design flow can deliver a big productivity lift. By designing with a prescribed, tailored flow in the cloud, teams don’t have to worry about managing compute resources or infrastructure, or sifting through tool manuals, for that matter. They can simply focus on creating a differentiated design.
With flows developed by Synopsys experts based on mainstream industry requirements, the Digital Design Instance can help design companies meet power, performance, and area (PPA), time-to-market, and budget goals without the heavier lift that traditional do-it-yourself flows involve.
Attend this webinar to understand how Synopsys Cloud Digital Instance can be easily deployed to reap time-to-market, quality and cost benefits that otherwise would be challenging to achieve.
Listed below are the industry leaders scheduled to speak.
Product Manager, Sr. Staff, EDA Group
Anupama Shojaei is the product manager responsible for customer education, flow automation tools, and Synopsys Cloud. Anupama has 17+ years’ experience in EDA tools and has led virtual customer engagements effort across multiple product areas to enable first look at products and solutions. Prior to joining Synopsys, Anupama was a Fellow Instructional Designer and Technical Training Manager at Siemens EDA. She holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Oklahoma State University.
Director Of Engineering, EDA Group
Karthik Kalpat is a Director of Engineering in the Digital Design Group at Synopsys. He has 20 years of experience in the EDA industry, with expertise in product development, applications, and customer deployment of physical design solutions. Before joining Synopsys in 2012, he worked at Magma and Monterey Design Systems. Karthik holds an MBA degree from the Wharton School and a Master's degree in Computer Science from University of Illinois, Chicago.
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