Gary Smith EDA Consulting in Electronic Design

Gary Smith EDA (GSEDA) is the leading provider of market intelligence and advisory services for the global Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Electronic System Level (ESL) design, and related technology markets.

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    • 2Q08 Stable AMS Financials:

      Analog/mixed signal (MS) semiconductor suppliers remain cautious about 3Q2008 revenues due to a volatile economy and its possible impact on electronics business. Firm orders in Q2 2008, and an order backlog in early Q3 2008, prompted many analog/MS suppliers to indicate growth…Includes analysis of Earnings and R&D spending…
    • Cost: $500


    • AMS Technology & Design Report:

      GSEDA addresses recent AMS turning points in three market segments as follows: • Semiconductor AMS market and technology direction • EDA AMS competition expansion and investment opportunities • GSEDA's 2008 EDA AMS User survey results See table of contents for more details...
    • Cost: $2000


    • FUD, Reality and Vision Presentation:

      Gary Smith’s annual Sunday night review of the state of the industry including major FUD themes, a reality check of where we are today and a vision of where the design world is going. In addition, the presentation includes discussion of threads, top 10 issues for 2008 and GSEDA’s 2nd quarter EDA market forecast.
    • Cost: $500


    • EDA Fundamentals for Financial Community

      One of the outcomes of the chaos caused by the attempted acquisition of Mentor by Cadence has been an increasing interest in EDA by the Financial Community. The 44 slide PowerPoint presentation covers from the beginning of EDA to today. It presents the business drivers, the business practices and the competitive workings of EDA. It then examines the present competitive positioning of the present industry leaders.
    • Cost: $1000


    • HDL Seat Count

      Throughout the years our most popular non-published research has been HDL Seat Count report. This year we have added new survey results that increase the scope of the document to include regional splits as well as the total HDL seats, HDL ASIC+ seats, HDL FPGA seats with breakdowns of Verilog and VDHL seats...
    • Cost: $1000


    • Pain and Parallel Programming: Who, What, Why and How to Approach Parallel Programming

      This paper discusses the history and the drivers that are moving us to parallel programming followed by a discussion of the three possible approaches to parallel programming (Threading, API and Concurrent languages)...
    • Cost: $1000


    • ESL – The Software Story

      by Daya Nadamuni In the software domain the free lunch is disappearing. The free lunch refers to the bloat that software programs were undergoing as hardware became faster and faster. Performance gains in software came more from technology advances in hardware than in software. However now that the multicore era is here to stay, a balancing act needs to happen between the software and hardware domains to achieve optimal system design...
    • Cost: $1000


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