Monthly Archives: April 2010

Is it time to start using high-level synthesis?

One big question people have about high-level synthesis (HLS) is whether or not it is ready for mainstream use. In other words, does it really work (yet)? HLS has had a long history starting with products like Synopsys’s Behavioral Compiler … Continue reading

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Around the Imax with EDA360

Cadence had a big announcement at the Embedded Systems Conference this week. Actually, not at the conference (I don’t think they even have a booth) but in the Imax theater in the Tech Museum (and, on another topic, are they … Continue reading

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The latest EDAC spring meeting was a bit different from usual. The panel session was all about embedded software. John Bruggeman, now at Cadence but previously at Wind River, lined up his old colleague Tomas Evensen (the CTO of Wind … Continue reading

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Presentations books

A few days ago I was asked by a friend what books I would recommend on putting together presentations. There are lots out there and I don’t claim to have looked at all of them. But here are five that … Continue reading

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