Avoid Electromigration & IR-drop Effects in Custom IP Blocks
Learn how advances in process technology and changing design styles are
increasing the impact of electromigration and IR-drop effects on the
performance and reliability of analog, mixed-signal, memory and custom
digital IP blocks at 28nm and below. In this webinar, we provide a
detailed discussion on the various trends exacerbating EM and IR-drop
effects, cover design and analysis techniques to avoid them, and
introduce Synopsys’ transistor-level analysis solution, based on
CustomSim (FastSPICE), StarRC (extraction) and Custom Designer (custom
The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session with our Corporate Applications and R&D teams.
Bradley is a Solution Architect for Synopsys’ Analog/Mixed-Signal
business unit responsible for assembling solutions that address custom
design and verification challenges. He has over 15 years of experience
in the EDA and semiconductor industries. Bradley started his career as
an analog/mixed-signal IC design engineer at the SAMES foundry in South
Africa and subsequently joined CML Micro in the UK where he was
responsible for leading IC design teams delivering products for the
wireless and wire-line markets. His career in EDA has spanned various
technical and product marketing positions at both Mentor Graphics &
Synopsys. Bradley received his bachelor degree in electronic engineering
from the University of Pretoria in South Africa.
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