SNUG Silicon Valley 2024

SNUG Silicon Valley is back!  Since 1991, the Synopsys Users Group (SNUG) has represented a global design community focused on innovating from Silicon to Software. Today, as the electronics industry’s largest user conference, SNUG brings together over 12,000 Synopsys tool and technology users around the world. In addition to peer-reviewed technical presentations and insightful keynotes from industry leaders, SNUG provides a unique opportunity to connect with Synopsys executives, design ecosystem partners, and members of your design community. This year, join us once again for an exceptional opportunity to connect, network, and share ideas about chip and system design.

Breaking Barriers: EFFECT Photonics Journey w/ Synopsys Cloud SaaS for Cutting-Edge ASIC Development

Be sure to catch the discussion by the EFFECT Photonics DSP ASIC Team, in Room 209/210 on March 20, 2024 11:15 AM-12:00 PM as they share their experience developing next-generation coherent DSP ASICs in the Synopsys Cloud.

Educational Sessions:

Participate in general sessions, roundtable discussions, workshops, hands-on labs, and poster sessions. Benefit from knowledge directly developed from feedback gathered from SCC users to increase efficiency and maximize SCC product utilization.

Networking Events:

Enjoy networking events designed to facilitate connections with fellow SCC users and SCC staff. Share ideas, renew friendships, and meet colleagues from other client facilities.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your skills, network with industry professionals, and stay at the forefront of chip and system design technology.

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Corlia van Tonder


20 March 2024
21 March 2024


12:00 am - 11:59 pm GMT+0200


5001 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA CA 95054 United States




Jason Sheplak and Jeffrey Mogensen


Santa Clara Convention Center Santa Clara, California
5001 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA CA 95054 United States
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