Veteran EDA investor Jim Hogan has a practical interest in system-on-chip (SoC) Realization, and he said so at the start of his keynote speech at the North American SystemC User Group (NASCUG) meeting today (Feb. 28, 2011). "My perspective is how I make money off this," he said. "I'm in business to sell companies or do IPOs. I'm looking for opportunities to make money."
The NASCUG meeting is co-located with the DVCon conference, also beginning Feb. 28 in San Jose, Calif. The NASCUG meeting also includes standards updates and user presentations.
In his speech, Hogan said he will focus his investments on SoC Realization as articulated in the EDA360 vision. "I like the Cadence lexicon," he said. (However, as Hogan's own speech shows, EDA360 is no longer just "Cadence lexicon" but a concept that is being discussed and applied across the industry).
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