Sign up for Mentor’s North American User2User Event November 10

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For over 30 years, Mentor’s User2User conference has provided a forum for sharing best practices and discovering new techniques for tackling EDA’s biggest design challenges. U2U is a series of highly interactive, in-depth technical conferences that bring together our large Mentor user community.  Thousands of engineers attend U2U events around the globe to hear how their peers are achieving design excellence with Mentor tools, and to gain insight on the latest Mentor products.

What Attendees Will Learn
Technical content at U2U is driven by Mentor tool users. Listen to your peers share their experiences and the solutions they employ when designing, developing, and deploying high quality products. Spend one day hearing how other engineers are solving their design challenges and take new ideas back to your desk that can save you time and money.

Meet with Mentor experts and service professionals for advice, product updates, and to discover how Mentor solutions can help your company. 

November 10, 2020
9 am—2:10 pm Pacific Time

To register for the North American User2User conference, click here.

For more information about this conference and the European event, scheduled for December 1, 2020, click here.





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