Gary Smith was talking ESL more than 15 years ago. You can finally get on board at DAC next week

Take a look at this EETimes article by one-time editor Mike Santarini who joined EETimes 15 years ago when EDA’s top analyst Gary Smith was discussing ESL (Electronic System Level) design. Well, we’re still talking about it and things have progressed fairly far. We’re now into multiprocessor and multicore design and we now need ESL to get software development off the runway much earlier in the design cycle.

Want to see how far we’ve come? Want to hear some actual war stories from the pioneers who are blazing the trail? Want breakfast? All things are possible.

Next Tuesday at DAC, you have a chance to hear LSI Corp, AMD, and Cadence discuss “Addressing Hardware/Software Co-Development, System Integration, and Time to Market.” More info and registration here.

About sleibson2

EDA360 Evangelist and Marketing Director at Cadence Design Systems (blog at https://eda360insider.wordpress.com/)
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