Data centers are undergoing dramatic changes in both network and compute architectures in response to new cloud computing use models and tremendous increase in data traffic driven by mobile, video and social networking. Managers are seeking to lower network management costs and power consumption by upgrading their data center systems and applications. The industry is responding to these challenges by designing new Software Defined Networks (SDN) and low-power micro servers that include a new class of semiconductor SoCs that dramatically change the way data centers operate.

This webinar will:

  • Discuss the latest data center market trends and how IP enables the implementation of next-generation data center architectures
  • Review the new class of data center SoCs, implementation trade-offs and impact of IP considerations for these semiconductor SoCs
  • Describe the latest design techniques of advanced DesignWare IP protocols that help lower latency and power, and improve the reliability-availability-serviceability (RAS) capabilities of data center SoC designs

Who should attend:

Design engineers, managers and system architects of semiconductor communication processors, switches and micro server processors creating solutions for data center systems-on-chips and applications


Ron DiGiuseppe, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Synopsys, Inc.
Ron DiGiuseppe is the Senior Strategic Marketing Manager in the Solutions Group at Synopsys. He is responsible for data center and enterprise segment marketing for Synopsys DesignWare IP solutions for networking and micro server SoC applications.

Ron brings more than 18 years of semiconductor experience to Synopsys. Prior to joining Synopsys, Ron held a range of management positions at Xilinx for advanced connectivity and networking IP products as well as engineering development and management roles for companies including Oki Semiconductor, NEC, and Raytheon Corporation.

Ron holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University and a Certificate in Network Engineering from University of California.