edacentrum Announces General Availability of Its Prestigious "edaTrend DATE08" Report.
HANNOVER, Germany -- Responding to sustained demand for its comprehensive reports, edacentrum - an independent institution that promotes research and development in electronic design automation (EDA) technology - today announced the public availability of its prestigious edaTrend DATE08 conference report. This report - the only one of its kind - summarizes and analyzes industry and business trends discussed at the Design, Automation, and Test in Europe (DATE) Conference 2008, held in Munich, Germany.
edacentrum's edaTrend DATE08 report focuses on essential industry, technology and business trends highlighted and discussed in conference keynote addresses, panel discussions, and some special sessions, as well as issues raised on the exhibition floor. It also contains source and reference information, and a short written evaluation with ratings for each session. The detailed report, prepared by edacentrum's team of "on the spot" EDA experts, is an ideal record of the more significant discussions at the conference.
Backed by six years of experience publishing edaTrend reports, the edacentrum team provides the industry's only extensive coverage and analysis of the DATE and DAC conferences and exhibitions. Its unique collection of annual reports offers quick and concise insight, and efficient access to the latest business and industry trends.
Pricing and Availability
edacentrum's edaTrend DATE08 report is available now in a compact, easy-to-read paperback format, or as a personally released PDF document. The regular price for each report is EUR 250.00 plus tax, where applicable; discounts for partner organizations are available. The first 10 buyers will receive a copy of the report free of charge. For additional information about the report, please visit http://www.edacentrum.de/edatrend/ or order it online at: https://secure.edacentrum.de/shop/.
edacentrum is an independent organization dedicated to the promotion of research and development in the area of electronic design automation (EDA). Its main role is to initiate, evaluate and supervise industry-driven EDA R&D projects and to provide individual services in the EDA sector. Further, by encouraging cluster research projects and EDA networks, it bundles and reinforces the EDA expertise of universities and research institutes. The edacentrum provides individual services in the EDA sector, including consulting, project management, and the organization of trainings, workshops and networking events; it also provides a communication platform for the EDA community. The edacentrum actively engages with organizations to sensitize higher management levels, the public and the political arena to the central importance of design automation in solving system and semiconductor complexity problems in microelectronics.
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|Date:||Apr 22, 2008|
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