10/11/2004 - Demos on Demand(TM) announced a broadband video resource for the IC design industry that features in-depth product demos from over 70 EDA, PLD and IP vendors. The site, at www.demosondemand.com, allows engineers 24 hour access to product demos from the broad spectrum of vendors that serve them.
"Demos on Demand gives users direct access to the type of technology demonstrations they'd get in live demo sessions," said Julia Cunningham, VP of operations at Demos on Demand. "It's our intent to deliver the clearest possible view of a wide range of technology to users worldwide, anytime, anywhere. Buyers need to thoroughly understand available technology during their product evaluation process, and now they can get a highly detailed view immediately, from the convenience of their office computer."
Demos on Demand programming features recorded sessions with product managers and AEs and is comprised primarily of in-depth product demos from across the entire spectrum of IC design, from ESL design entry through layout. Engineers can visit the site and search by vendor or by product category.
"The launch of Demos on Demand is terrific news for both the engineering community and for the vendors who want to reach them," said Vic Kulkarni, CEO of Sequence Design. "We've known for some time that engineers want the details and now we can deliver an intimate view of our offerings to users worldwide. It's a very exciting development for the industry."
Engineers can view content immediately at no charge at www.demosondemand.com
About Demos on Demand
Demos on Demand is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco, CA, that provides electronics engineers with detailed product information whenever and wherever they need it via in-depth, on demand media sessions that are available worldwide. Information is available at www.demosondemand.com or by calling 415-931-0865.
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