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Increase Your High-Speed Design Coverage with HyperLynx

February 19 @ 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Mentor Office – Fremont – Feb 19, 2020
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM US/Pacific

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Overview

Do small problems slip through cracks in your high-speed design flow, resulting in rework and delays? Do you get all the hard design challenges right, only to get surprised by layout problems with the interfaces that were supposed to be easy? If so, come join us at this live seminar to learn how HyperLynx can help you with both the hard stuff and the easy stuff, keeping your next design project on track.

What You Will Learn

  • HyperLynx automated workflows for DDRx, SerDes channel, PDN design
  • How HyperLynx makes sophisticated analysis accessible to more of your organization
  • HyperLynx workshops – get up and running fast
  • How the advanced modeling and simulation technologies used in HyperLynx enhance analysis speed and accuracy
  • How you can Integrate HyperLynx with your existing analysis tools and processes

Who Should Attend

  • Design engineers
  • SI/PI engineers
  • Design engineering managers

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Todd Westerhoff is the Product Marketing Manager for High-Speed and Analog/Mixed-Signal System Design for the Electronic Board Systems segment at Mentor, A Siemens Business. Todd has over 40 years of experience in modeling and simulation, including 22 years of signal integrity experience. Prior to joining Mentor, he held senior technical and management positions for SiSoft, Cisco and Cadence, and also worked as an independent signal integrity consultant. Todd holds a B.E.E.E. degree from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ.

Min Maung is a Senior Technical Marketing Engineer for HyperLynx Analysis Tools Suite for the Electronic Board Systems segment at Mentor, A Siemens Business. Min has been at Mentor Graphics for over 19 years, holding different positions as Instructional Designer, Instructor, and Corporate Applications Engineer. Prior to Mentor, Min was involved in high-speed PCB designs at an industrial computer company. Min holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Michigan Technological University and Masters of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Portland State University.

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