It’s pretty hard to go from high-level customer expectations for an end product to the definition of an SoC. If it were easy, everyone would be able to do it. You have a unique chance to hear EDA venture capitalist Jim Hogan connect those dots for you during his keynote address at the Electronic Design Process Workshop on April 5. Hogan has been kicking around the semiconductor industry for 33 years, so he’s got a deep perspective on its history. He’s managed all aspects of semiconductor manufacturing from EDA and IP development to companies that specialize in semiconductor manufacturing and manufacturing equipment.
Hogan is the dinner speaker for the EDPS event, which takes place on April 5 and 6 at the Monterey Beach Resort in Monterey California. For more information on the event, click here.