Are you thinking of starting a hardware company? Although it takes a lot more for a hardware startup to become “venturable” than a software startup, viable funding can be found. Ilgiz Akhmetshin, of SKTA Innopartners details several ways for hardware startups to raise additional funds in his blog: “How to Raise Seed Investments for a Hardware […]
Atrenta will discuss what RTL signoff requirements are needed for SoC designers in China, South Korea and Taiwan at their upcoming seminars in September and October. Click here for more information.
We often think that we’ve got the timing job nailed down and that there aren’t any problems that we can’t easily, almost routinely solve. Using timing exceptions to optimize synthesis or P&R shouldn’t be a problem. However, making an error when specifying timing exceptions can possibly shut down a design project. Take a look at […]
Before the summer ends and the summer blockbuster movies and DAC become a distant memory (still shaking my head over The Lone Ranger’s flop), let me just share Mike Gianfagna’s vision for next summer’s blockbuster. It’s a tad more like Terminator 2 than the masked man and Tonto. And it may not be too far […]
For those in fabless semiconductor or IP startup mode (or even thinking about how to start up and get funding), take a look at Paul McLellan’s report on a couple of panel sessions at the annual GSA Entrepreneurship Conference, held last Thursday, July 18 at the Computer History Museum. Of note is that the first […]
Warren Savage talks with Angel Orrantia about SKTA Innopartners’ Innovation Center and its seed funding program for startup companies in the following video. Angel also reveals the work the company is doing with the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) and the Capital Lite program. Orrantia will participate in a panel at the up-coming GSA Entrepreneurship Conference […]