SOURCE: VSIA

May 29, 2007 11:02 ET

VSIA Presents Top IP Issues at DAC 2007 in San Diego

Free Quality IP Metric Training and Luncheon

WAKEFIELD, MA--(Marketwire - May 29, 2007) - The VSI Alliance (VSIA), the leading IP standards body for the electronics industry invites you to a free Quality IP (QIP) Metric training session and luncheon at DAC 2007. The event is sponsored by Mentor Graphics.

IP Quality: How to rate IP using VSIA's QIP Metric standard

Kenneth Larson, chair of the VSIA Verification IP Quality working group will introduce the QIP Metric and review some of its latest enhancements. Denali Software will provide a step-by-step walk through on how to complete the Metric for an IP core. The session will be wrapped up with a description from QIP Metric user LSI. Register for this free luncheon session at http://www.vsia.org/events/DAC2007Registration.htm

  Where: Room 32AB
  When:  Tuesday, June 5, 2007 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
  Who Should Attend: Professionals from IP vendors, third party
  IP integrators (fabless & IDM), foundries, and EDA companies.
Synchronizing IC Design and Manufacturing in a Global Ecosystem

An interactive panel boasting a diverse set of semiconductor industry experience will discuss approaches to meeting the challenges that arise from working with a disaggregated supply chain and how companies can embrace this type of partner relationship to be first to the market with highly innovative and cost-effective products. This is a limited seating event to the first 100 registrants. Lunch will be served. Register at: http://matrixone.ed4.net/profile/87/signup.cfm?L=38156127

  Where: Room 30AB
  When:  Wednesday, June 6, 12:00 pm
VSIA Update at IP Talks

VSIA CTO Gary Delp will provide an update on VSIA IP standards.

  Where: Chip Estimate booth #2464
  When:  Wednesday June 6, 2:00 pm
About VSIA

The VSI Alliance (VSIA) is an open, international organization that includes representatives from all segments of the SoC industry: system houses, semiconductor vendors, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) companies, and Intellectual Property (IP) providers. VSIA's mission is to dramatically enhance the productivity of the SoC design community by providing leading-edge commercial and technical solutions and insight into the development, integration and reuse of IP. VSIA has wide industry participation from companies around the world. Membership is open to any company with an interest in the development and promotion of business solutions and open standards used in the design of Systems-on-Chip. For more information, visit the VSIA web site at www.vsi.org, or e-mail to info@vsi.org.

Contact Information

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