DAC 2011: IPL Alliance Luncheon

Interoperable PDKs are Here to Stay: New Era of Analog/Custom Innovations
At the fifth annual IPL Luncheon on June 6, 2011, the IPL Alliance presented an update on the current and future success of IPL standards.

Viewers will learn:

  • How the industry is embracing the IPL 1.0 standard
  • Specs of the new interoperable design constraint standard
  • Collaboration among standards: How oPDK and iPDK will work together

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2. What are the top reasons you are not using OpenAccess today? Optional
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