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NIT Alumni Presents: Keynote speech by Dr. Ajoy Bose - SoC Realization - Part 2/2

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Published on Sep 2, 2012

Dr Ajay Bose gave keynote speech on "SoC Realization -- Building a Bridge to New Markets and Renewed Growth". Event hosted by NIT Surathkal Alumni

Location: Sunnyvale, CA, USA

Abstract:
SoC Realization is where high-level concepts are refined to implementation readiness. Legacy and third-party IP blocks are chosen and integrated and the overall chip is prepared for back-end implementation. Getting it right at this stage will dramatically reduce implementation challenges and iteration times. In this keynote address, Dr. Bose will discuss how "getting it right" during SoC Realization could lead to the creation of new markets and renewed growth for the industry, but first completing the flow and implementing the vision will require the collaboration of many.


Bio:
Dr. Bose founded Atrenta, Inc. in 2001. He began his career at AT&T Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.J. and spent 12 years in a series of increasingly responsible positions ending as Department Head, Integrated Circuit Design Automation Department. From AT&T, he moved to Cadence Design Systems where he served as Vice President of Engineering. In this role, he managed and led the team that pioneered the Verilog simulation products. Prior to establishing Atrenta, Dr. Bose was founder and president of Software & Technologies, Inc. and Interra, Inc. During his tenure as Chairman and CEO of Interra, Dr. Bose incubated and spun out a number of successful ventures in EDA, Digital Video, and IT services. Dr. Bose received a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, India which recently awarded him the Distinguished Alumni award. He earned his MS and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

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