6th Annual SoCIP Conference Opens for Registration
Mar 28, 2013

6th Annual SoCIP Conference Opens for Registration

Leading SoC Design Technology Conference to be held in Shanghai and Beijing in May 2013

Shanghai, China – March 28, 2013 - S2C, the SoCIP show organizer, has announced that registration for the SoCIP 2013 conference, to be held in Shanghai on May 21 and Beijing on May 23, is now open. China is becoming one of the world’s center stages for modern system-on-chip (SoC) design. Efficiently using and reusing silicon intellectual properties (IP) is critical for delivering high quality SoC products while meeting competitive market schedules. SoCIP 2013 is China’s leading SoCIP conference, focused on providing the latest Silicon IP information together with tools and services relevant to enabling a robust IP-based SoC design methodology.

Key highlights of the planned topics at SoCIP 2013:

  • Discovering a better way to go from behavior C-level models to synthesis for SoC designs
  • Using alternative 32-bit BA2x Processor Cores in Deeply Embedded Systems
  • All you need to know about integrating Bluetooth into your next SoC
  • A H.264 High-Profile Encoder IP Core that offers exceptional video quality, competitive performance, and easy system integration
  • Building a rapid, scalable and reliable SoC prototyping platform using the world’s largest FPGA - the Virtex-7 2000T

In additional to the vendor presentations, a number of real users will share their first-hand experiences with the products and technologies presented at the conference. The attendees will also have the opportunity for face-to-face interaction with experts from the participating vendors at both exhibition sessions.

On-line Registration

Check the website for SoCIP 2013 conference and registration information. The conference limits seminar attendance to 150 in Beijing and 150 in Shanghai, so early registration is advised.



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