A journey through reuse methodologies

By Stephen V. Chavez

Design reuse in Electronic Design Automation (EDA) involves leveraging existing designs to speed up development, reduce risks, and ensure quality. By reusing proven circuitry and IP, engineers save time, lower costs, and maintain high standards across projects.

I’m your host, Steph Chavez. In this episode, we will explore design reuse methodologies in EDA. I’m thrilled to have my dear friends, Andre Mosley, a Marketing Development Specialist at Siemens EDA, and Carlos Gazca, a Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at Siemens EDA, join me for this insightful discussion.

In this episode, you will learn about the crucial concept of design reuse in EDA, including its benefits, challenges, and best practices. You will also discover how leveraging existing designs can enhance efficiency, reduce time-to-market, and maintain high-quality standards in electronic product development.

What you’ll learn in this episode

  • The importance of reuse technologies in the EDA industry. (04:25)
  • Challenges with data management and version control in circuit design. (06:23)
  • Reuse methodologies in electronics design, including planning and database management. (19:38)
  • Security concerns in design reuse, export control, and ITAR regulations. (22:40)
Andre Mosley

Andre Mosley

Marketing Development Specialist, Siemens

Carlos Gazca

Carlos Gazca

Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Siemens

Stephen V. Chavez

Stephen V. Chavez

Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager, Siemens

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This article first appeared on the Siemens Digital Industries Software blog at https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/podcasts/printed-circuit/a-journey-through-reuse-methodologies/