Debuts Capstone Analog/Mixed-Signal IP; Executives to Present at DAC Events
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Jun 3, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Artisan Components, Inc., (Nasdaq:ARTI), a leading provider of physical intellectual property (IP), today announced it will showcase its extensive portfolio of analog and digital IP solutions addressing the complex issues involved in nanometer design at the Design Automation Conference (DAC), June 7 through June 10, 2004 in San Diego, California. In Artisan's Booth #3522, Artisan will debut its Capstone analog/mixed-signal IP solutions and feature its recently publicized Metro low-power platform for portable devices, Advantage platform for performance-oriented designs and Velocity high-speed PHYs that meet industry interconnect standards.
Additionally, Artisan's executives and technologists will present at conference events. This participation includes panels and presentations on power management, signal integrity and yield, nanometer design and insight on today's synergy between semiconductor IP and EDA. All events are held in the San Diego Convention Center except where noted.
Artisan Executives At DAC Events
Mark Templeton, Artisan's president and CEO, joins ARM, Cadence, Mentor, STMicroelectronics and Synopsys on a panel moderated by Jim Tully, senior IP analyst for Gartner Dataquest titled "IP Business -- Does A Synergy Exist in EDA?" on Monday, June 7, 2004 from 5:00pm - 7pm, Room 28B.
Additionally, Mark Templeton, joins QualComm, Infineon, PDF Solutions, Cadence, Chartered and Synopsys on a panel moderated by Lucio Lanza, Lanza techVentures, titled "When IC Yield Misses the Target, Who Is At Fault?" on Tuesday, June 8, 2004 from 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Room 25A, B and C.
Scott Becker, Artisan's CTO, joins Intel, Sequence, Texas Instruments and Purdue University on a panel moderated by Brian Fuller, editor-in-chief of EETimes titled "Will (C)MOS Grow Before Leakage Is Licked?" on Monday, June 7, 2004 from 12:00pm - 2pm, Room 22. Register at: http://www.sequencedesign.com/3_news/query-form.html#panel.
At the Synopsys' Interoperability Breakfast and Panel titled "Myth Busters/Interoperability Languages and Libraries," Artisan will showcase its analog and digital IP solutions. The breakfast will be held on Wednesday, June 9, 2004 from 7:30am - 10:00am in the Marriott Hotel and Marina Hotel, Ballroom 1 and 2.
Callan Carpenter, vice president and general manager of Artisan's Analog/Mixed Signal Business Unit joins Cadence, Synopsys, AWR, FSA, Mentor, TSMC, Sony and Motorola on the OpenKit Initiative Breakfast Panel titled "How Can OK Help to Make Custom Design Flows As Open As Digital Design Flows?" on Monday, June 7, 2004, 7:30am - 10am, Room 28 B and C.
Dhrumil Gandhi, Artisan's senior vice president of product technology joins ARM, Synopsys, TSMC and National Semiconductor on a luncheon panel moderated by EETimes semiconductor editor, Ron Wilson titled "The Power Struggle! How Design-To-Silicon Players Wrestle Together To Control Power" on Tuesday, June 8, 2004, 12:00pm - 1:30pm, Room 25 A, B and C. Register at: http://www.synopsys.com/news/events/dac2004/powerlunch.html.
Dr. Rob Aitken, Artisan's senior architect, product technology joins Cadence, Chartered and IBM on a breakfast panel titled "90nm -- Are You Ready?" on Thursday, June 10, 2004, 7:30am - 9:30am, Room 25. Register at: http://www.cadence.com/dac2004/event.asp?event=artisan.
Artisan On The Exhibit Floor
In support of Artisan's alliances with its EDA and foundry partners, Artisan is scheduled to present in the Cadence sponsored Silicon Design Chain booth #2631, Synopsys Partner Booth #4731, IBM booth #3276 and UMC booth #3934. Additionally, Artisan will present in Synopsys Demo Suite #4855. To register to attend, go to http://www.synopsys.com/news/events/dac2004/demo.html.
About Artisan Components
Artisan Components, Inc. is a leading provider of physical intellectual property (IP) components for the design and manufacture of complex system-on-a-chip integrated circuits. Artisan's products include embedded memory, standard cell, input/output, analog and mixed-signal components, which are designed to achieve the best combination of performance, density, power and yield for a given manufacturing process. Artisan has licensed its IP components to over 1,200 companies involved in integrated circuit design. Artisan is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. More information about Artisan Components, including free library access, can be found at www.artisan.com.
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