10/5/2004 - Nassda Corp. (Nasdaq: NSDA - News) announced that Tak Young, senior principal product specialist, will moderate a panel discussion at the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) Design Modeling Workshop.
Is crosstalk effect killing the semiconductor industry?
Crosstalk issues are becoming more important in this era of 130nm, 90nm and 65nm designs. Many companies have experienced chip failure due to crosstalk delay and/or crosstalk noise issues. Crosstalk issues are difficult to address, because of design complexity and the large number of false failures due to the inaccuracy of crosstalk delay and noise models. In this panel, the experts will discuss practical approaches for addressing these crosstalk issues.
The following are the panelists:
Tak Young is a twenty-seven-year veteran of the EDA industry. He has been focusing on signal integrity issues over the last ten years at EPIC, Synopsys, Monterey Design and now at Nassda. He is a senior principal product specialist at Nassda, and was senior technologist at Monterey Design and VP of R&D at Synopsys and EPIC. He also held key management and technical position at Motorola, ZyMOS and Signetics (Philips). He has been active in the organization of the ISQED conference, having served as Technical Chair, Conference Chair, Program Chair, and currently as a member of the Steering/Advisory committee.
Monday, October 4, 2004, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
5151 Stars and Stripes Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
For more information please go to http://www.fsa.org/suppliers_expo/tech_conference/modeling_agenda.asp
Nassda Corporation is a leading provider of full-chip circuit verification software for complex nanometer semiconductors. Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the company develops and markets simulation and analysis solutions for advanced ICs, especially for analog, mixed signal, memory, system-on-chip and high performance digital designs. Nassda's products enable first silicon success, and improve IC quality and yield for its consumer, communication, computer and memory customers. The company has sales and distribution offices throughout the world. For more information about Nassda, please visit the company's website at www.nassda.com.
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