It’s all of the above. That’s the answer to the question of why high-speed digital design is becoming a mainstream topic. Previously reserved for those on the edge of process, materials, architecture, and methodologies, the complex effects are now being felt by more and more design teams as the power and performance envelope gets tighter and tighter. Digital design merges with analog, and divide and conquer breaks down. Cross-fabric analysis (chip-package-board) is already a necessity. Prediction: design practices will have to shift to “co-design” and “in-design” techniques to solve the complex iteration and closure issues. Come hear a panel of experts share their experiences and their thoughts on what else is needed and what might be in store in the future for high-speed digital design.
DAC is the premier conference devoted to the design and automation of electronic systems (EDA), embedded systems and software (ESS), and intellectual property (IP).
DAC 2016 will be held in Austin, Texas, at the Austin Convention Center. Get details about travel, hotels, and area attractions in one convenient spot.