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pm EDT, 11 am PDT
Throughout the year, Mentor Graphics and UP Media Group will
bring you a series of Webinars addressing how to efficiently design
today's increasingly complex PCBs -- complexity necessary to be a player
in today's competitive electronics industry. All events will be recorded
for on- demand viewing.
Coming on June 22: Design for
Performance. See the UPMG Webinars home
page for more
Optimize System Performance With FPGA/PCB
In the past, FPGAs were typically low
density and low performance – used primarily as "glue" logic to piece
together a system. Today, FPGAs are high density, high performance
components – used to implement major system functionality.
the current trend is to use multiple FPGAs on a PCB, how do you
effectively and efficiently integrate the two? New FPGA/PCB concurrent
design processes and tools significantly improve system performance,
product costs, and designer productivity. This session will discuss these
new design approaches.
- Elements of an effective FPGA on-board strategy
- Specific implementation options
- How to boost productivity and PCB quality
- System designers
- FPGA designers
- PCB designers
- Project managers
- Librarians involved in FPGA design
Bob Potock, director of FPGA Marketing for Mentor
Graphics, Systems Design Division. Bob has been involved in
board-based system and FPGA design throughout most of his career. Prior to
joining Mentor Graphics, he held management positions in software/hardware
engineering, marketing and field operations. He has over 15 years of
engineering and marketing management experience working for companies such
as AT&T Bell Labs, Intel, Unisys, VeriBest, Cadnetix and startup
companies such as NeoCAD.
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you by UP Media Group,
producer of the
and Virtual PCB trade shows and
of Printed Circuit
Design & Fab and Circuits Assembly
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