If your engineering teams SoC projects are hampered by IP-management confusion and design-collaboration issues, spend 30 minutes with us at DAC and we will help catapult your teams productivity to a higher level.

Visit the ClioSoft booth #1322 at the 55th Design Automation Conference (DAC) in San Francisco to learn about the industry-standard SoC design and IP-management solutions that have improved global engineering teams efficiency, productivity and time to market in major companies such as TSMC, Global Foundries, Analog Devices and ARM.

Reusing Your IPs To Develop SoCs Faster

  • Do you want to quickly browse all the available IPs in your company, compare them, resolve any questions you may have before selecting the most suitable IP?
  • Have you had a nagging suspicion that someone in your enterprise has already designed something similar to what you are trying to do?
  • Do you want to review the experience of other designers using an IP before using it?
  • Do you want to track and prevent the unauthorized usage of 3rd IPs?

Stop by our booth #1322 and see how designHUB can empower you to easily browse, compare, qualify and select the desired IPs for your project, collaborate to create new IPs and publish them when completed with the desired access controls. See how designHUB keeps designers in sync and bridges the gap between the IP developer and user to resolve any IP issues in a timely manner. Learn how to track the IPs and their usage throughout your enterprise, set up checks to prevent IP theft and leverage a growing knowledge-base for better efficiency.

Managing And Reusing Your Analog IPs Successfully

  • Would you like to browse all IPs within the company and select an IP based on certain criteria such as libraries, process nodes, foundries etc directly from the Cadence Virtuoso platform?
  • Do you want receive notifications on any changes made to the IPs used in your project?
  • Do you want to download a version of the IP from the IP repository, make the necessary modifications and upload it as a new version directly from Cadence Virtuoso?
  • Do you want to track the usage of the analog IPs and its variations within the company?

Stop by the ClioSoft booth (#1322) to see how designHUB empowers you to collaborate easily with different teams to develop and publish your analog IPs directly from the Cadence Virtuoso platform. Learn how you can manage the different versions of the PDKs and IPs in designHUB along with a live and growing knowledge base. See how your team can collaborate efficiently on their analog/mixed signal designs and leverage internally developed resources – semiconductor IPs, flows, scripts etc. to build SoCs successfully within a shorter time.

Managing Your Designs For Successful Tapeouts

  • Are you struggling with managing design data from multiple design flows across multiple design centers?
  • Do you find it difficult to managing design handoffs between team members locally or across multiple sites?
  • Is too much time being used to investigating changes made to the design or ensuring you have the latest version of the design data?
  • Are you blowing your budget on network storage?

Learn how the SOS7 design management platform used by numerous customers for collaboration on all analog, RF, digital and mixed-signal designs has greatly increased their designer productivity and team efficiency. See how SOS7 enables you to take snapshots of your design database and provides a non-intrusive way to manage your design handoffs between different teams. Take a look at the different ways SOS7 can keep your data secure and minimize your network storage space used for your project.

Visual Design Diff

  • Does your design team struggle to identify modifications made to the schematic or layout by other team members?
  • Are you having problems reviewing the changes in your schematic or layout during ECOs?

See how you can use Visual Design Diff (VDD) to graphically compare different versions of a schematic or layout and to quickly highlight the differences even when the schematic is modified by a RF designer.


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