2006 - 1999 Events

Past EDA Consortium events on video, PowerPoint &/or audio. Click below for the event of interest:
(Please note that some of the older video & audio files are in formats no longer commonly supported. Please contact us for more information.)

2006 Events
Nov. - Doing Business in India
Nov - Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation
July - 4th Annual Hacks & Flacks Roundtable Discussion at DAC
May - Spring Meeting & Board Election: Government Changes Impacting EDA & IP
May - East Coast Meeting: Impact of the Consumer Market on EDA & IP
Mar. - DATE 2006 Panel: Piracy, A Global Threat to EDA & IP
Feb. - CEO Forecast and Industry Vision
Feb. - EDA Industry Export Control Update
Jan. - Launching & Growing Your Business in Japan

2005 Events
Nov. - Creating Value in the IP & EDA Industries
Oct.- Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation
June - 3rd Annual Hacks & Flacks Roundtable Discussion at DAC
May - Spring Meeting: Shaking Things Up in Electronic Design
Apr. - East Coast Meeting: EDA & IP Funding and Valuation in Today's Market
Feb. - CEO Forecast and Industry Vision

2004 Events

Oct.- Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation

Sep. - EDA Trends You Can't Ignore

Jun. - Second Annual Hacks & Flacks Roundtable

Jun. - Export Control Panel at DAC 2004
Jun. - OS Roadmap Panel at DAC 2004
Apr. - Consumer Electronic Drivers of EDA
Feb. - CEO Forecast and Industry Vision

2003
Oct.- Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation
Jun. - Hacks & Flacks Roundtable at DAC 2003
Mar. - Export Finance & Regulations
Feb. - CEO Forecast Panel Presentation

2002
Sep.- Closing the Money Gap
Jan.- CEO Forecast Panel Presentation

2001
Sep. - Licensing Trends
Oct. - The End Game for Emerging Companies
CEO Forecast Panel (no archive)

2000 - 1999
1999 - EDA Challenges for the Next Decade

CEO Forecast Panel (no archive)

Emerging Companies Committee Panel: Doing Business in India

Nov. 2006 - This panel discussed selling in India, offshoring technology, where to set up operations and leveraging the financial and tax benefits.Listen to Audio (PM3).


Welcome: Stephen Pollock, VP, marketing and sales, JEDA Technologies, Inc.(Presentation)
Moderator:Vic Kulkarni, President & CEO, Sequence Design. (Presentation)

Panel & Topics:
Selling in India

  • Nitin Deo, VP of Marketing and Business Development, Clear Shape Technologies

Offshoring technology

  • Raj Dhesikan, Director of Engineering, Sanmina-SCI

Where to set up operations

  • Aurangzeb Khan, Corporate VP Marketing, Cadence Design Systems

Leveraging the financial and tax benefits

  • Suresh Shanmugham, Senior Vice President, SVB Global, India


Panel Organizer:

  • Stephen Pollock, VP, marketing and sales, JEDA Technologies, Inc.


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2006 Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation

October 2006 - The EDA Consortium proudly honors Robert Dutton, the father of TCAD, as the 2006 Phil Kaufman Award recipient.


If you missed it, or just want to see it again, you can view the video online.

  • Welcome and opening remarks by Aart de Geus, chairman of the EDA Consortium, and chairman & CEO of Synopsys. (Presentation)
  • Award presentation by Walden C. Rhines, vice-chairman of the EDA Consortium, and chairman & CEO of Mentor Graphics. (Presentation)
  • Award acceptance by Robert Dutton, Robert and Barbara Kleist professor of engineering at Stanford University and director of the Integrated Circuits Laboratory. (Presentation)

Reception Host:Onsite Registration:

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4th Annual Hacks & Flacks Roundtable Discussion at DAC

July 2006 - Emerging Companies: What does your target audience read and how does it influence them? Read the Transcript (pdf)

Sponsored by the EDA Consortium Emerging Companies Committee, Cayenne Communication, DAC, and Business Wire.

Moderator: Erach Desai, Principal, Desaisive Technology Research

Panel:

  • Bob Johnson, VP Sales, Gradient Design Automation
  • Milan Lazich, VP Corporate Marketing, Magma Design
  • Philippe Magarshack, Corporate VP for R&D, STMicro
  • Mike Fazeli, Manager, WW Electronic Design, Texas Instruments

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Spring Meeting & Election: Government Changes Impacting EDA & IP

May 2006 - Listen to Audio Recording
During this meeting, nine CEOs were elected to a two-year term on the EDA Consortium Board of Directors. See Board Announcement (pdf).

This event was sponsored by Macrovision and hosted by the Network Meeting.

Welcome: Buff Jones, Macrovision - Welcome
Update: Walden C. Rhines, Chairman, EDA Consortium, and chairman and CEO, Mentor Graphics Corp.- EDA Consortium Update

Moderator:
Mark White, White & Lee, LLP
Panel:
Larry Disenhof, Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
New Government Regulations That Impact EDA & IP
•Katy Yeager, Horn Murdock Cole
Sarbanes Oxley for Pre-Public Companies - Why You Should Care
•Kent Graham, Ernst & Young
IRC 409A Option Pricing Rules That You Need to Know
•John Macauley, Fox Technologies
Corporate Controls That Strengthen Performance

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East Coast Members Meeting: Impact of the Consumer Market on EDA and IP

Brought to you by the EDA Consortium Emerging Companies Committee
Hosted by Cadence Design Systems

May 2006- The consumer industry can be characterized as being very dynamic with huge volumes, but excruciating price trends and time to market pressures. The panel will explore the potential impact on the EDA and IP suppliers. (View All Presentations)

Welcome: Steve Pollock, Chairman, Emerging Companies Committee
Moderator:Erach Desai, Principal, DESAIsive Technology Research

Panel Members:
· Hal Barbour, CEO, CAST (View Presentation)
· John Barr, Senior VP, Buckingham Capital Management (View Presentation)
· Peter Gillingham, VP & GM, Intellectual Property Division, MOSAID (View Presentation)
· Ken Karnofsky, Marketing Director, Signal Processing and Communications,
The Mathworks (View Presentation)
· Shiv Tasker, CEO, Bluespec

Panel Organizer: Steve Pollock, Chairman, Emerging Companies Committee

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DATE 2006 Panel: Piracy - A Global Threat to EDA and IP

March 2006- It is estimated that 36% of the world’s software is pirated. With the continuing globalization of EDA software usage, IP design reuse, and technology advances that enables a worldwide virtual design network, the potential for piracy of software and IP increases. This panel will elicit and discuss the challenges facing the EDA, IP and design community as it relates to piracy, and talk about what can be done to address or mitigate the issues raised.

Moderator:
· Rich Goldman, Synopsys

Panel Members:

· Tim Holden, ARM
· Georg Herrnleben, Business Software Alliance (BSA) (View Presentation)
· Larry Disenhof, Cadence (View Presentation)
· Lynn Sweetwood, MacroVision

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2006 CEO Forecast and Industry Vision

February 2, 2006 - View the Video
This event was co-sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company, Advanced Micro Devices, and OCP-IP International Partnership.

The following presentations were made on February 2, 2006 and represent the views of the speakers as of that date only. (View All Presentations)

Welcome: Ed Gasiorowski, AMD
Update: Walden Rhines, EDA Consortium Chairman (View Presentation)
Moderator:
Don Clark, Wall Street Journal

CEO Panel Members:
•John Bourgoin, MIPS Technologies(View Presentation)
•Aart de Geus, Synopsys
•Mike Fister, Cadence (View Presentation)
•John Kibarian, PDF Solutions (View Presentation)
•Gary Meyers, Synplicity (View Presentation)
•Wally Rhines, Mentor Graphics (View Presentation)

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EDA Industry Export Control Update

Feb. 3 . 2006, 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.See Presentations (pdf)

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Emerging Companies Committee Panel: Launching & Growing Your Business in Japan

Jan. 2006 -See Presentations (pdf) and listen to the Audio

Moderator:
· Alan Naumann, president and CEO, CoWare

Panel:
· Jan Goodsell, president, CoWare K.K. (Presentation)
· Jim Girand, president, Technology Strategies & Investments (Presentation)
· Makoto Abe, Japan business advisor, Japan External Trade Organization (Presentation)

Panel Organizer:

· Stephen Pollock, VP, marketing and sales, JEDA Technologies, Inc.

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Emerging Companies Committee Panel: Creating Value in the IP & EDA Industries

This panel discussed generating value both from and investment and an operational point of view. Nov. 2005 -Click for EETimes Article and Click for Audio

Moderator:
· Ron Wilson, editor, EE Times

Panel:

· Christian Falk, director technology investment banking, RBC Capital Markets
· Mike Gianfagna, president & CEO, Aprio Technologies, Inc.
· Jim Hogan, general partner, Telos Venture Partners
· Lucio Lanza, managing director, Lanza TechVentures
· Mark Templeton, president & chief strategy officer, ARM, Inc.

Panel Organizer:

· Stephen Pollock, VP, marketing and sales, JEDA Technologies, Inc.

Event Sponsors

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2005 Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation

October 2005 -Click for Video

The EDA Consortium proudly honors Phil Moorby, the creator of Verilog, as the 2005 Kaufman Award recipient.

· Welcome and opening remarks by Walden C. Rhines, Chairman of the EDA Consortium, and Chairman & CEO of Mentor Graphics Corporation (Presentation)
· Award presentation by Richard Newton, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of California Berkeley and the 2003 Kaufman Award recipient.

Event Sponsor: Reception Host:Event Registration:

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Spring Meeting: Shaking Things Up in Electronic Design

May 2005 - This panel of executives from EDA, IP, and neighboring industries share their views on the business models, licensing models, and technologies that could generate seismic shifts in electronic design.
View the video and/or download the presentations (pdf)

Event Sponsor: Reception Sponor:


Welcome: Fred Weber, corporate vice president, CTO, AMD
Update: Ray Bingham, vice-chairman, EDA Consortium, and executive chairman, board of directors, Cadence Design Systems (Presentation)
Moderator: Lucio Lanza, venture capitalist, Lanza TechVentures

Panel:
· Jim Ready, president and CEO, MontaVista Software, Inc. (Presentation)
· Alan Naumann, president and CEO, CoWare Inc. (Presentation)
· Gary Meyers, president and CEO, Synplicity Inc. (Presentation)
· Alex Shubat, co-founder, VP of R&D, and CTO, Virage Logic (Presentation)
· Dave Joseph, chief strategy officer, PDF Solutions, Inc. (Presentation)

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3rd Annual Hacks & Flacks Roundtable Discussion at DAC

June 2005 - Emerging Companies: What Do You Communicate, to Whom, & When? Read the Transcript (pdf)

Sponsored by the EDA Consortium Emerging Companies Committee, Cayenne Communication, DAC, and Business Wire.

Moderator: Peggy Aycinena, editor, EDA Confidential
Panel:
Jim Hogan, general partner, Telos Venture Partners
Jacques Benkoski, entrepreneur in residence, US Venture Partners
Mike Sottak, president, Wired Island PR
Buno Pati, chairman, Xoomsys Inc.

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2005 East Coast Members Meeting: EDA & IP Funding and Valuation in Today's Market

Brought to you by the EDA Consortium Emerging Companies Committee
Hosted by Cadence Design Systems

April 2005 - This was a diverse panel representing Wall Street, industry executives, & venture capitalists. Presentations included interesting data on public and private company valuations and what drives those valuations. (View All Presentations)

Chairman: Steve Pollock, Chairman, Emerging Companies Committee (Presentation)
Moderator:John Dodge, Editor-in-Chief, EDN Magazine

Panel Members:
· Pearson Spaght, President, Fletcher Spaght Inc. (View Presentation)
· Tim Fox, Senior Analyst, Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc.(View Presentation)
· Cary Ussery, President, Improv Systems (View Presentation)
· Richard Valera, Financial Analyst, Needham & Company (View Presentation)
· Don Zereski, President & CEO, Silicon Dimensions, Inc.(View Presentation)
· Jacques Benkoski, Entrepreneur in Residence, US Venture Partners (View Presentation)

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2005 CEO Forecast and Industry Vision

February 24, 2005 - Click for Video. (RealPlayer is required to view the video presentations.) This event was co-sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company and by Novell.

The following presentations were made on February 24, 2005 and represent the views of the speakers as of that date only. (View All Presentations)

Welcome: James Duke, Novell
Update: Walden Rhines, EDA Consortium Chairman (View Presentation)
Moderator:
Jay Vleeschhouwer, Merrill Lynch

CEO Panel Members:
•Mike Fister, Cadence (View Presentation)
•Sanjay Srivastava, Denali Software(View Presentation)
•Jim Douglas, Reshape (View Presentation)
•Wally Rhines, Mentor Graphics (View Presentation)
•Aart de Geus, Synopsys
•Chris Rowen, Tensilica (View Presentation)

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2004 Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation

October 2004 - Click for Video
Reception hosted by White & Lee LLP

The EDA Consortium proudly honors Joe Costello, chairman and CEO of think3 and former chairman and CEO of Cadence Design Systems, as the 2004 recipient of its Kaufman Award.

· Welcome and opening remarks by Walden C. Rhines, Chairman of the EDA Consortium, and Chairman & CEO of Mentor Graphics Corporation
· Award presentation by Richard Newton, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of California Berkeley and the 2003 Kaufman Award recipient.

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Emerging Companies Committee Panel: EDA Trends You Can't Ignore

September, 2004 - How Short Product Cycles Are Stirring the EDA Industry . Learn about emerging semiconductor product trends impacting the EDA industry and how these trends are effecting valuations of EDA companies. (View All Presentations)

Chairman: Steve Pollock, Chairman, EDA Consortium Emerging Companies Committee (View Presentation)
Moderator:Charles DiLisio, President, D-Side Advisors (View Presentation)

Panel Members:
· Greg Spirakis, VP Technology & Manufacturing Group, Intel (View Presentation)
· Robert Payne, SVP and GM, Philips Semiconductor (View Presentation)
· Kevin Morgan, Vice President, Engineering, MontaVista (View Presentation)
· Charles Welch, Managing Director, SVB Alliant (View Presentation)

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Second Annual Hacks & Flacks at DAC 2004

June, 2004 - Second Annual Hacks & Flacks Roundtable. Analysts, PR & IR discuss their intersecting needs. (View Transcript)

Moderator:
· Steve Pollock, Chairman of the EDA Consortium, Emerging Companies Committee

Panel Members:
· Jordan Brysk, Ascendant Strategies Group, Inc.
· Erach Desai, American Technology Research
· Jessica Kourakos, Synopsys
· Garo Toomajanian, RBC Capital Markets
· Jay Vleeschhouwer, Merrill Lynch

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EDA Consortium Export Panel at DAC 2004

June, 2004 - Export Controls in the Age of Globalization. Corporate officers can be severely fined or jailed for violations of international export regulations. This panel will discuss the basics as well as recent changes to the US export regulations, and how they apply to the EDA industry. (View Presentation)

Moderator:
· Walden C. Rhines, chairman, EDA Consortium, and chairman & CEO, Mentor Graphics
Panel Members:
· Larry Disenhof, chairman of export committee, EDA Consortium, and director of export compliance, Candence.
· Erik Oliver is vice chair and represented the EDA industry at the Wassenaar Plenary when it recently voted to simplify EDA export regulation.

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EDA Consortium OS Roadmap Panel at DAC 2004

June 2004 - Does EDA Need an OS Roadmap? With so many OS choices and versions, how do you know your choices will be supported by products you need? (View Presentation)

Moderator:
· Rich Goldman, Synopsys
Panel Members:
· Mark Toth, Cadence
· Peter Denyer, Sun
· Mike Evans, Red Hat
· Aidan Kelly, IBM Microelectronics

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Spring Member's Meeting: Where Will Consumer Electronics Drive EDA?

April 19, 2004 - Topics include what electronics will be in people's pockets, purses, and homes, as well as how changes in consumer electronics affect EDA.PowerPoint presentations are posted below.

Welcome: Mike Evans, Red Hat
Update: Walden Rhines, EDA Consortium Chairman (View Presentation)
Moderator:
Ed Sperling, Electronics News

Panel Members:
· Michael Campbell, QUALCOMM (View Presentation)
· Charles DiLisio, D-Side Advisors (View Presentation)
· Bhusan Gupta, STMicroelectronics (View Presentation)
· Robert Payne, Philips Semiconductors (View Presentation)
· Jim Rowson, Hewlett-Packard Labs (View Presentation)
· Gregg Zehr, palmOne (View Presentation)

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2004 CEO Forecast & Industry Vision

February 26, 2004 - Industry forecasts for EDA and the challenges of being a supplier to semiconductor companies into the future.


Welcome: Alan Naumann, CoWare
Update: Walden Rhines, EDA Consortium Chairman (View Presentation)
Moderator: Bill Frerichs, D.A. Davidson & Co. (View Presentation)

CEO Panel Members:
· Ray Bingham, Cadence Design Systems (View Presentation)
· Adam Kablanian, Virage Logic (View Presentation)
· Aart de Geus, Synopsys (No PowerPoint)
· Kathryn Kranen, Jasper Design Automation (View Presentation)
· Walden Rhines, Mentor Graphics (View Presentation)
· Rajeev Madhavan, Magma Design Automation (View Presentation)

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2003 Annual Dinner & Kaufman Award Presentation

October 23, 2003See the video or read the presentation speech (pdf)

     

 

The EDA Consortium proudly honors Richard Newton, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of California Berkeley, as the 2003 recipient of its Kaufman Award.

· Welcome and opening remarks by Walden C. Rhines, Chairman of the EDA Consortium, and Chairman & CEO of Mentor Graphics Corporation
· Award presentation speech (pdf) by Aart de Geus, Director of the EDA Consortium, and Chairman & CEO of Synopsys. Read the presentation speech (pdf).

Dinner sponsor by Sun Microsystems & Reception hosted by White & Lee LLP

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Hacks & Flacks Roundtable at DAC 2003

June 4, 2003 - Editors and PR People Discuss Their Intersecting Needs
This roundtable discussion gave editors and PR people a chance to exchange ideas to save each other time and to help develop stories that entice readers as well as fulfill company PR objectives.

· Click to read the transcript on how EDA PR professionals and editorial staff can better meet one another's needs.

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Export Finance and Regulation

March 18, 2003 - Ignorance Can Be Costly: In today's global economy, it is critical that you maximize the benefits and minimize the risk of international commerce. Two experts give you the knowledge to adress key export issues:

· Click to listen to Larry Disenhof, Director, Export Compliance, Cadence (View Presentation)
· Click to listen to Charles Grimes, Senior Vice President-International, Silicon Valley Bank
· Click to listen to Questions and Answers

To listen to the entire presentation all the way through, click here.

To download the entire presentation to your hard drive so you can take it to go on your MP3 player (MP3 format), click here. (File size: 12 Megabytes.)

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2003 CEO Forecast Panel

February 11, 2003 - The following presentations were made on February 11,2003 and represent the views of the speakers as of that date only.

Click to listen to Chairman's Welcome: Wally Rhines, Mentor Graphics (View Presentation)
Moderator: Garo Toomajanian, RBC Capital Markets (View Presentation)

· Click to listen to Jacques Benkoski, Monterey Design Systems (View Presentation)
· Click to listen to Ray Bingham, Cadence Design Systems (View Presentation)
· Click to listen to Aart de Geus, Synopsys (Audio only)
· Click to listen to Alan Naumann, CoWare, Inc. (View Presentation)
· Click to listen to Wally Rhines, Mentor Graphics (View Presentation)
· Click to listen to Sang Wang, Nassda Corporation (View Presentation)

To listen to the entire presentation all the way through, click here.

To download the entire presentation to your hard drive so you can take it to go on your MP3 player (MP3 format), click here. (File size: 17 Megabytes.)

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Closing the Money Gap

September 17, 2002, Sunnyvale, CA - Leveraging the Internet to Close the Gap Between Product Introduction & Adoption

PowerPoint Presentations: (Click below to view)
Moderator: Mark Gilbreath, Toolwire
· Steve Bernsen, Cadence Design Systems
· Doug Marinaro, Toolwire
· Jim Cairns, Xilinx
· Ray Salemi, Mentor Graphics
· Dan Ganousis, AccelChip

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2002 CEO Forecast Panel

January 29, 2002, Sunnyvale, CA - Sponsored by Sun Microsystems
PowerPoint Presentations: (Click below to view)
· Axis Systems, Inc - Mike Tsai, CEO & President
· Cadence Design Systems - Ray Bingham, CEO & President (no slides presented)
· LogicVision - Vinod Agarwal, CEO & President
· Mentor Graphics - Walden Rhines, CEO & Chairman
· Synopsys - Aart De Geus, CEO & Chairman (no slides presented)
· Synplicity - Bernie Aronson, CEO & President
· Verisity Design - Moshe Gavrielov, CEO

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Licensing Trends, 2001

September 2001 - East Coast Meeting
Jordan Brysk / PowerPoint Presentation
John Barr / PowerPoint Presentation

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The End Game for Emerging Companies

October 3, 2001
PowerPoint Presentations: (Click below to view)
· Cadence-On Acquisitions 1  Cadence 2
· Sequence-On Private M&A
· Simplex-On Going Public in US
· TransEDA-On Going Public in UK
· Mark White, White & Lee-On The Rules and Regs

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