Register Now for Cadence’s CDNLive Silicon Valley


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Don’t miss the Early Bird $99 registration pricing for CDNLive Silicon Valley. This annual conference brings together Cadence users, developers, and industry experts to connect, share ideas, and inspire design creativity. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to investigate design challenges and share solutions with people who, like you, are excited about the latest advances in electronic design. 

CDNLive Silicon Valley 2016 takes place at the Santa Clara Convention Center April 5-6, 2016. Highlights include:

  • User-presented technical papers that will immediately help improve how you use Cadence technologies
  • Executive keynotes offering insights into industry trends and innovations
  • Peer networking opportunities
  • Live product demos and technology updates

Papers: Choose from a wide variety of user-authored papers addressing all aspects of IP integration, SoC design, and system integration as well as board design, implementation, signoff, and verification. Discover how others are using Cadence technologies and techniques to develop successful silicon, SoCs, and systems.

Keynote speakers: Hear from industry leaders who influence the global electronics marketplace as they discuss industry trends in silicon, SoC, and system realization and share their thoughts on how to solve the most pressing design challenges. Keynote speakers will be announced soon! 

Designer Expo: Check out our showcased solutions and new products co-developed by Cadence and Cadence Connections partners. 

Networking opportunities: Engage in technical discussions with your peers and stay connected after the conference. 

Early Bird registration ends March 18, 2016.

Click here to register.

 

 

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