The History of EDA: an interview with Aart de Geus

Summary : How EDA evolved from crude mainframes that could hardly draw a line, to today's hierarchical software that keeps track of the billions of things that have to happen to turn an idea into a design
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Synopsys’s Aart de Geus is no stranger to EDA. He co-founded and runs Synopsys, which has become the world’s largest supplier. In this video he talks about how EDA evolved from crude mainframes that could hardly draw a line across a computer screen, to today’s hierarchical software that keeps track of the billions of things that have to happen to turn an idea into a design and ultimately into a computer chip. Learn about how they started as technologists working to realize their dreams and built Synopsys into a multi-billion dollar business.

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