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First low-power webinar: Ultra-low-power Methodology

First low-power webinar: Ultra-low-power Methodology
by Paul McLellan on 07-13-2011 at 12:10 pm

 The first of the low power webinars is coming up on July 19th at 11am Pacific time. The webinar will be conducted by Preeti Gupta, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager at Apache Design Solutions. Preeti has 10 years of experience in the exciting world of CMOS power. She has a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of technology, New Delhi, India.

Meeting the power budget and reducing operational and/or stand-by power requires a methodology that establishes power as a design target during the micro-architecture and RTL design process, not something that can be left until the end of the design cycle. Apache’s analysis-driven reduction techniques allow designers to explore different power saving modes. Once RTL optimization is completed and a synthesized netlist is available, designers can run layout-based power integrity to qualify the success of RTL stage optimizations, ensuring that the voltage drop in the chip is contained. Apache’s Ultra-Low-Power Methodology enables successful design and delivery of low-power chips by offering a comprehensive flow that spans the entire design process.

More details on the webinars here.

Register to attend here (and don’t forget to select semiwiki.com in the “How did you hear about it?” box).

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