DesignCon 2016 promises to address the latest signal integrity and power integrity challenges for engineers working in high-speed designs. From design, to prototype, to test & measurement and validation, DesignCon 2016 has you covered as you optimize the signals and power in your complex chip, board, and system designs.
Taking place annually in Silicon Valley, DesignCon was created by engineers for engineers and remains the largest gathering of chip, board and systems designers in the country. Combining technical paper sessions, tutorials, industry panels, product demos and exhibits, DesignCon brings engineers the latest theories, methodologies, techniques, applications and demonstrations on PCB design tools, power and signal integrity, jitter and crosstalk, high-speed serial design, test and measurement tools, parallel and memory interface design, ICs, semiconductor components and more.
DesignCon enables chip, board and systems designers, software developers, silicon manufacturers and other engineers to:
Meet with more than 150 elite vendors to discover and evaluate the latest technologies, gain insight into solving your chip, board & systems design issues and connect with new and known industry contacts.
The chip, board and systems design community relies on DesignCon for the latest technologies and developments in the industry. It is the largest meeting of board designers, and is the ONLY event to address chip design engineers' chip/system/package challenges.
Exhibiting at DesignCon puts your company face-to-face with the community in an interactive setting that combines an Expo Hall, Technical Conference and networking events. DesignCon is also supported by the premier source for design and business intelligence in the industry, the UBM Tech electronics portfolio, which includes: EE Times, Design News, EDN, and Test & Measurement World. This translates into unrivaled marketing exposure and access to today's leading decision makers.
DesignCon Expo attendees seek the latest surrounding PCB design tools, power and signal integrity, jitter and crosstalk, high-speed serial design, test & measurement tools, parallel & memory interface design, semiconductor components and more.