Mentor Webinar on Best Practice Design Processes


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Increasing performance requirements coupled with a pressure to improve product quality are driving engineering teams to consider alternatives to their current validation approach. Best-practice design processes validate a digital twin model of your design early and often to minimize re-spins and actually shorten the overall design cycle.

This 'left shift' approach enables design engineers and layout designers to validate within their native environment, minimizing the bottleneck waiting for specialist reviews, and freeing the specialists to resolve the remaining critical issues.

This session will look at new, integrated technologies for analysis and verification deployed throughout the design process, including: schematic verification, signal & power integrity, electrical sign-off, thermal, vibration, testability and manufacturability.

This webinar is presented by David Wiens, product manager of the Systems Design Division of Mentor Graphics, a Siemens business.

To view this webinar, click here.

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