ARM and Cadence: Playing with fire, part deux

A few days ago, I wrote a blog about a “fireside chat” between Simon Segars, ARM’s EVP and General Manager PIPD (physical intellectual property division), and John Bruggeman, a Senior VP and Chief Marketing Officer at Cadence. (See “ARM and Cadence: Playing with fire.) Now, my good friend, long-time EDA observer and journalist, and now Cadence blogger Richard Goering has published his own take on the conversation, with a very interesting deep dive into one very salient question: “In a world gone crazy about software applications, how do hardware developers differentiate their hardware?”

You can read the discussion in Richard’s blog entry “ARM Cadence Fireside Chat: Hardware Differentiation in an Apps-Driven World”.


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EDA360 Evangelist and Marketing Director at Cadence Design Systems (blog at
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