PrimeTime SIG Events Archive 

 
The Synopsys PrimeTime Special Interest Group (SIG) is an active community for all PrimeTime users and design engineers who want to stay connected with the latest developments in the field of Static Timing Analysis (STA). Increasing design size and complexity are putting tremendous pressure on design schedules. STA is a key technology used throughout the design process to accelerate design closure. As STA technology rapidly evolves, the PrimeTime SIG helps design teams stay abreast of the latest developments to help maximize their effectiveness and throughput.

PrimeTime SIG 2012 Events

PrimeTime SIG at SNUG Japan
Topic: Simultaneous Multi-voltage Timing Analysis
July 12, 2012, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG at SNUG India
Topic: Next-generation Hierarchical Timing Technology - Hyperscale
June 13, 2012, Dinner

PrimeTime SIG at DAC 2012
Topic: Next-generation Hierarchical Timing Technology - HyperScale
June 4, 2012, Dinner

PrimeTime SIG at DATE 2012
Topic: Gigascale Design Signoff with Advanced OCV, ECO Guidance and HyperScale
13, March 2012, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG 2011 Events

PrimeTime SIG at SNUG Japan 2011
Topic: HyperScale Technology
September 7, 2011, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG at SNUG India 2011
Topic: Next Generation ECO Guidance Technology
June 23, 2011, Reception

PrimeTime SIG at DAC 2011
Topic: Next Generation ECO Guidance Technology
June 6, 2011, Reception

PrimeTime SIG at EDS Fair 2011
Topic: Next Generation ECO Technology
January 28, 2011, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG 2010 Events
PrimeTime SIG 2010 Silicon Valley
Topic: HyperScale Technology
October 27, 2010, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG at SNUG India 2010
Topic: Advanced OCV
June 23, 2010, Reception

PrimeTime SIG at DAC 2010
Topic: Advanced OCV
June 14, 2010, Reception

PrimeTime SIG at SNUG San Jose
Topic: Harnessing Multicore for STA
March 30, 2010, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG at EDS Fair 2010
Topic: Improved designer productivity and constraint analysis
January 29, 2010, Luncheon

PrimeTime SIG 2009 Events
DAC and India SNUG
Topic: Faster STA performance and constraint analysis
July 2009



NewsArticlesWhite PapersWebinarsVideos