AUSTIN, Texas — (BUSINESS WIRE) — May 24, 2012 — The Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) today announced the “OPS Comes to Life” session for the “Si2 Roundup@DAC: Standards in Action” co-located event at the Design Automation Conference, which will be held June 3-7 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. The session will be on Monday, June 4, from 9AM – 10:30AM, in Room 301, and is free of charge.
The Open Process Specification (OPS) standard, from Si2’s OpenPDK Coalition, contains all of the data elements that are necessary to create a Process Design Kit (PDK) in any EDA vendor’s or company proprietary design flow. This session is designed to appeal to any engineer working with PDKs and any engineering manager making budgeting or ROI decisions concerning PDK development. It will describe the structure and organization of this very important new standard in the industry and examples of the use cases that this standard will cover.
Introduction: Jim Culp (IBM)
Status / Next Steps: Gilles Namur, (STMicroelectronics)
Symbols: James Masters, (Intel)
Callbacks and Parameters: Gilles Lamant, (Cadence Design Systems)
This session is part of a free day-long program, consisting of 4 individual events, which will showcase standards activities currently underway of great value to the semiconductor industry. Attendees should include engineers and technologists working at both current and cutting-edge technology nodes and also managers responsible for driving both design and manufacturing strategy.
All sessions are summarized in this link: http://www.si2.org/?page=1525
All sessions are free, register here: http://www.si2.org/events_register/dac_2012_registration.php
For admission into the Moscone Center you will need to register for DAC at this link: http://www.dac.com/registration+rates.aspx
Several of these events are sponsored by Cadence Design Systems, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, LSI, NanGate, and Spectral Design & Test.
Si2 is the largest organization of industry-leading semiconductor, systems, EDA and manufacturing companies focused on the development and adoption of standards to improve the way integrated circuits are designed and manufactured, in order to speed time-to market, reduce costs, and meet the challenges of sub-micron design. Now in its 24th year, Si2 is uniquely positioned to enable timely collaboration through dedicated staff and a strong implementation focus driven by its member companies. Si2 represents nearly 100 companies involved in all parts of the silicon supply chain throughout the world. See www.si2.org
Silicon Integration Initiative
William Bayer, 512-342-2244, ext. 304