SOURCE: EDA Consortium (EDAC)

April 06, 2010 15:00 ET

Industry Leaders Discuss Complex Software and Silicon Challenges for Semiconductor Industry

EDA Consortium Hosts Panel Discussion on Collaborative Industry Solutions

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - April 6, 2010) - The EDA Consortium (EDAC) today announced it will host a panel discussion at its annual Spring Members Meeting on April 15, 2010, to discuss the synergies between the EDA, IP and Embedded Software industries. The panel, which includes leading technologists from embedded software companies, will explore "Solving the Software and Silicon Complexity Challenge."

Participants include:

Panelists

  • Jim Ready, chief technology officer, MontaVista Software
  • Jack Greenbaum, director of engineering for advanced products, Green Hills Software
  • Tomas Evensen, chief technology officer, Wind River Moderator
  • John Bruggeman, chief marketing officer, Cadence Design Systems

"As the semiconductor industry faces progressively complex demands, they are turning to EDA and Embedded Software providers to help address their growing software requirements," said Robert Gardner, executive director of EDAC. "This panel discussion will open the dialogue on ways we can work together and address our mutual customers' critical needs."

About the EDAC Meeting:

When: Thursday, April 15, 2010
Where: Cadence Design Systems
  2655 Seely Avenue, Building 10
  San Jose, Calif. 95134
Agenda: Reception   6 p.m. PDT
  Panel   7 p.m. PDT
Cost: No charge for EDA Consortium members / Non-members $50

Reserve your seat soon by registering online at: http://www.edac.org/events10/springMeeting/spring2010.jsp 

For additional information or to register to attend the meeting live on the web visit the EDAC website at www.edac.org, email events10@edac.org, or call the EDA Consortium at 408-322-EDAC (3322).

About the EDA Consortium
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