J-CING Meeting to Bring Japan's Leading ESL Designers Together on November 26th
SAN JOSE, Calif.--November 22, 2004 -- CoWare, Inc., the leading supplier of system-level electronic design automation (EDA) software and services, announced the formation of the CoWare Innovators Group (CING), to foster best practices in electronic system-level (ESL) design. Under the worldwide umbrella of CING, design engineers who are adopting CoWare's ESL tools and methodologies are gathering to share experiences and learn from each other. The next meeting—Japan CING (J-CING)—will be held at the Century Hyatt Tokyo on November 26, 2004. ###
CING provides a comprehensive forum—including user presentations, keynote speeches and networking breaks—to promote the exchange of information and ideas about ESL design methodologies and flows beyond those covered in other SystemC users groups. The meetings focus on critical SystemC, C/C++, LISA and MATLAB design issues faced by system architects, processor designers, DSP application designers, and algorithm developers. Existing and prospective CoWare users, as well as others interested in ESL design, are invited to attend the meetings to share their ESL design experiences, successes, frustrations, and challenges.
"Because CoWare is the technology leader in ESL design, many customers work closely with our experts as they adopt ESL tools and methodologies to speed electronic product design," said Dr. Heinz Holzapfel, vice president of worldwide services and support at CoWare. "CING provides a forum for highly-qualified ESL designers to continue to learn from each other and our technical teams."
CING meetings are held annually in North America, Japan and Europe. The first CING meeting in North America was recently held in Santa Clara, Calif. in conjunction with the GSPx conference.
The annual J-CING meeting will be held at the Century Hyatt Tokyo on November 26, 2004. Professor Heinrich Meyr, founder and co-director of the Institute for Integrated Signal Processing System at Aachen University of Technology (RWTH Aachen), will deliver the keynote address. J-CING will feature user presentations from Rohm, NEC, Macnica, STMicroelectronics and Fujitsu Labs; and many of CoWare's partners will participate in a vendor fair as part of the event. For complete details and to register, click here http://www.coware.co.jp/J-CING/index.html.
The annual Europe CING (EU-CING) meeting will be held on Friday, March 11, 2005, immediately following the DATE 2005 Conference and Exhibition in Munich, Germany.
CoWare is the leading supplier of system-level electronic design automation (EDA) software tools and services. CoWare offers a comprehensive set of electronic system-level (ESL) tools that enable SoC developers to "differentiate by design" through the creation of system-IP including embedded processors, on-chip buses, and DSP algorithms; the architecture of optimized SoC platforms; and hardware/software co-design. The company's solutions are based on open industry standards including SystemC. CoWare's customers are major systems, semiconductor, and IP companies in the market where consumer electronics, computing, and communications converge. CoWare's corporate investors include ARM Ltd. [(LSE:ARM);(Nasdaq: ARMHY)], Cadence Design Systems (NYSE:CDN), STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM), and Sony Corporation (NYSE:SNE). CoWare is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., and has offices around the world. For more information about CoWare and its products and services, visit http://www.coware.com.
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