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S2C Taiwan 2011 SoC Design Seminar

S2C Taiwan 2011 SoC Design Seminar Aug 09, 2011

Held in Taipei on August 30th and Hsinchu on September 1st

Shanghai, China - August 8, 2011 - S2C Inc. a leading rapid SoC/ASIC prototyping solutions provider, announced that S2C Taiwan 2011 SoC Design Seminar will be held in Taipei on August 30th and Hsinchu on September 1st. This seminar will present S2C’s fourth generation of SoC/ASIC prototyping solution, including a 32 million logic gate verification platform, multi-functional verification module and advanced verification software. In addition, a spectrum of suppliers (GUC, SpringSoft and PerfectVIPs) will discuss SoC/ASIC design technology from their viewpoints. The goal is to provide attendees the latest SoC/ASIC design and verification information.

Schedule and contents:

Taipei August 30, 2011
Nankang Software Park Building H / 9F
9F, No.3-2, Yuanqu St., Nankang Dist., Taipei, Taiwan

Hsinchu September 1, 2011
Science Park Life Hub Room 401
Room 401, No.1 Industry E. 2nd Rd., Science Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Seminar Contact information

Naomi Shih, Phone: +886 (3) 667 5782 Email: naomis@s2cinc.com

About S2C

Founded and headquartered in San Jose, California, S2C has been successfully delivering rapid SoC prototyping solutions since 2003. S2C provides:

  • Rapid SoC FPGA-based prototyping hardware and automation software

  • Prototype Ready™ IP, Platforms, and Accessories

  • System-level design verification and acceleration

S2C's value is our singular focus on SoC/ASIC development. Our highly qualified engineering team and customer-focused sales force understands our customers’ SoC development needs. S2C’s unique FPGA-based solution, using our patented TAI IP technology, enables designers to quickly assemble FPGA-based SoC prototypes on S2C FPGA boards. This gives customers an early start on software development, typically the long pole item in development schedules. Combining rapid prototyping methodologies with a comprehensive portfolio of Prototype Ready IP and advanced verification and acceleration solutions, S2C solutions greatly reduces the SoC design cycle.

In addition to the headquarters in San Jose, CA, S2C currently has 4 direct offices located in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen China and HsinChu, Taiwan. S2C is also the organizer of the annual SoCIP seminar and exhibition in China, which brings SoC designers from the Asia-Pacific region together with international silicon IP and SoC solution vendors. For more information, visit www.s2ceda.com.

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