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[December 04, 2012]
Carbon Design Systems' Bill Neifert to Address Effectiveness of Virtual Prototypes During MTV 2012 Panel, "When Simulation Suffices, Who Needs FPGA or Emulation?"
ACTON, MA, Dec 04, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- WHO: Bill Neifert, chief technology officer at Carbon Design Systems(TM) Inc. (www.carbondesignsystems.com), the leading supplier of virtual platform and secure model solutions WHAT: Will discuss the effectiveness of virtual prototyping on a panel titled, "When simulation suffices, who needs FPGA or emulation ," during the workshop on Microprocessor Test and Verification (MTV 2012) WHEN: Monday, December 10, from 1:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hyatt Regency in Austin, Texas More information about Carbon Design Systems and its portfolio of virtual prototyping solutions can be found at: www.carbondesignsystems.com.
For information about MTV 2012, visit: mtvcon.org/.
About Carbon Design Systems Carbon Design Systems offers the industry's only unified virtual prototype solution along with the only solution for accurate IP model creation. Carbon virtual prototypes can execute at hundreds of MIPS and with 100% accuracy to enable application software development, detailed architectural analysis and secure IP model distribution.
Carbon's customers are systems, semiconductor, and IP companies that focus on wireless, networking, and consumer electronics. Carbon investors include Samsung Venture Investment Corporation and ARM Holdings. Carbon is headquartered at 125 Nagog Park, Acton, Mass., 01720. Telephone: (978) 264-7300. Facsimile: (978) 264-9990. Email: email@example.com. Website: www.carbondesignsystems.com.
Carbon Design Systems is a trademark of Carbon Design Systems Inc.
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For more information, contact: Bill Neifert Vice President of Business Development Carbon Design Systems (978) 264-7302 Email Contact SOURCE: Carbon Design Systems
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