License-first Scheduling for High-throughput Computing

License-first Scheduling for High-throughput Computing
by Admin on 04-21-2020 at 2:00 pm

Saving Serious Money With License-first Scheduling for High-throughput Computing

Live Webinar – Tuesday | April 21st | 2pm ET (11am PDT)

Make Your Infrastructure Work Harder with License-first Scheduling

Computer hardware and software never get tired and never need a lunch break. Ideally you’d like to use them 24/7 –

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Debunking Myths of HPC, Cloud and Licensing

Debunking Myths of HPC, Cloud and Licensing
by Admin on 03-19-2020 at 11:00 am

March 19, 2020

11:00 AM (EDT)

Venue:
Online

According to a recent survey, 40% of engineers limit the size or amount of detail for every simulation model due to compute capacity and turnaround time constraints. Recognizing this, smaller and mid-sized companies now seek more affordable, accessible and powerful hardware, making

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Optimizing Return from your IP Portfolio

Optimizing Return from your IP Portfolio
by Bernard Murphy on 12-07-2017 at 7:00 am

Given that SoC design today is predicated on IP reuse, you would assume that processes to deliver, maintain and communicate status on reusable IP should be highly optimized. But that’s not necessarily the case, especially when so many design companies have consolidated, each brings its own IP libraries, design flows, license… Read More


IP Traffic Control

IP Traffic Control
by Bernard Murphy on 04-14-2017 at 7:00 am

From an engineering point of view, IP is all about functionality, PPA, fitness for use and track record. From a business/management point of view there are other factors, just as critical, that relate less to what the IP is and more to its correct management and business obligations. The problems have different flavors depending… Read More


Ex ante: disclose IP before, not after standardization

Ex ante: disclose IP before, not after standardization
by Don Dingee on 08-17-2012 at 3:46 pm

Many of the audience here are involved in standards bodies and specification development, so the news from the Apple v. Samsung on the invocation of ex ante in today’s testimony is useful.

I worked with VITA, the folks behind the VME family of board-level embedded technology, on their ex ante policy several years ago, and … Read More


How Many Licenses Do You Buy?

How Many Licenses Do You Buy?
by Paul McLellan on 07-23-2012 at 6:16 pm

An informal survey of RTDA customers reveals that larger companies tend to buy licenses based on peak usage while smaller companies do not have that luxury and have to settle for fewer licenses than they would ideally have and optimize the mix of licenses that they can afford given their budget. Larger companies get better prices… Read More