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Visit with Easy-Logic at #60DAC

Visit with Easy-Logic at #60DAC
by Daniel Payne on 08-29-2023 at 10:00 am

Easy-Logic at #60DAC

I had read a little about Easy-Logic before #60DAC, so this meeting on Wednesday in Moscone West was my first in-person meeting with Jimmy Chen and Kager Tsai to learn about their EDA tools and where they fit into the overall IC design flow. A Functional Engineering Change Order (ECO) is a way to revise an IC design by updating the smallest… Read More


CEO Interview: Dr. Sean Wei of Easy-Logic

CEO Interview: Dr. Sean Wei of Easy-Logic
by Daniel Nenni on 06-09-2023 at 6:00 am

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Dr. Wei has served as CEO & CTO of Easy-Logic since 2020.  Prior to this role, Dr. Wei served as CTO since 2014 where he constructed the core algorithm and the tool structure of EasyECO.  As the CEO, Dr. Wei focuses on building a strong company infrastructure.  In his CTO role he interfaces with strategic ASIC design customers … Read More