Rahul Goyal of Intel Elected Board Chair of Silicon Integration Initiative

AUSTIN, Texas — Rahul Goyal of Intel has been elected to a one-year term as board chair of Silicon Integration Initiative, a leading research and development joint venture that provides standard interoperability solutions for integrated circuit design tools. The election was held during Si2’s board meeting at the recent Design Automation Conference.

A member of the Si2 board since 2003, Goyal is vice president, Technology and Manufacturing Group and director, Research and Development Strategic Enabling for Intel. He has global responsibility for strategic sourcing, supply chain strategy, industry relations, ecosystem development, strategic collaborations, data analytics, and capacity management related to product development across Intel’s broad product portfolio. This includes software, system and semiconductor intellectual property, product development outsourcing services, electronic measurement solutions, Electronic Design Automation software, prototyping and verification products used in all aspects of product design, validation and technology development.

Goyal joined Intel in 1989 and has held various technical and management positions in software engineering and technology development. His previous roles there include engineering director in the Design and Technology Solutions Group, director of the integrated silicon technology roadmap development in the Microprocessor Products Group, and senior engineering manager of mask operations. Goyal holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Science in Pilani, India, and a master’s degree in computer engineering from Syracuse University in New York.

About Si2

Founded in 1988, Si2 is a leading research and development joint venture that provides standard interoperability solutions for integrated circuit design tools. All Si2 activities are carried out under the auspices of the The National Cooperative Research and Production Act of 1993, the fundamental law that defines R&D joint ventures and offers them a large measure of protection against federal antitrust laws. The Si2 international membership includes semiconductor foundries, fabless manufacturers, and EDA companies.

Si2 Elects Board Members for 2018-19

Si2 Elects Board Members for 2018-19

For Immediate Release

AUSTIN, Texas–Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2), a global research and development joint venture focused on developing and maintaining design software tool interoperability standards, announced today the election of the 2018-19 board of directors. Board members will be introduced at the Si2 Member Meeting and Reception during the Design Automation Conference (DAC), June 25, 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Marriott Marquis Hotel, Sierra Room B.

Joining the Si2 Board for the first time is:

  • Jose Corleto, vice president, Engineering, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCAM)

Re-elected board members are:

  • David DeMaria, vice president, Corporate Marketing, Synopsys
  • Keith Green, distinguished member of the technical staff, Analog Technology Development, Texas Instruments
  • Rahul Goyal, vice president, Technology and Manufacturing Group and director, Research and Development Strategic Enabling, Intel Corp.
  • Jong-Bae Lee, vice president,  Design Technology Team, Samsung Electronics
  • Leon Stok, vice president,  Electronic Design Automation Technologies, IBM
  • Humair Mandavia, Chief Strategy Officer, Zuken, Inc.
  • Stanley Krolikoski, fellow, Strategic Alliances, Cadence Design Systems
  • Richard Trihy, Senior Director, Design Enablement, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
  • Mick Tegethoff, director of Product Marketing for Analog/Mixed-Signal/RF IC Verification Solutions, Mentor, a Siemens Business

Details on the Si2 Member Meeting and Reception and other Si2 DAC activities are available at http://www.si2.org/dac-2018/

Founded in 1988, Si2 is a leading research and development joint venture that provides standard interoperability solutions for integrated circuit design tools. All Si2 activities are carried out under the auspices of the The National Cooperative Research and Production Act of 1993, the fundamental law that defines R&D joint ventures and offers them a large measure of protection against federal antitrust laws. The Si2 international membership includes semiconductor foundries, fabless manufacturers, and EDA companies.

Contact:

Silicon Integration Initiative
Terry Berke
512-917-1358
tberke@si2.org

Chip/Package/Board Co-Design and Co-Analysis: Moving from Spreadsheets to EDA

DAC 2016:

Description

SoC development has become more than just silicon design. Today, successful SoC design requires consideration of the electrical, thermal, and mechanical interactions of the chip, the package and the board. This is especially true for silicon-in-package designs and 3D designs such as Hybrid Memory Cubes and High Bandwidth Memories. Co-design of the silicon and the package has become essential. This panel will present and discuss different challenges with and approaches to co-design and co-analysis.

What you will learn

  • Recent developments in 3D and co-design

  • Challenges and solutions in automating co-design and co-analysis

  • Applications most in need of co-design and co-analysis

Panelists

  • Moderator, Jerry Frenkil, Director of OpenStandards, Si2

  • Humair Mandavia, Chief Strategy Officer, Zuken

  • Brandon Wang, Group Director, Cadence Design Systems

  • Teresa McLaurin, ARM

 

Si2 Announces Board of Directors for 2016-2017

Si2 Members Meeting Set for Monday, June 6,
at the Design Automation Conference in Austin, Texas

 

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) announced today the election of the 2016-17 board of directors. Board members will be introduced at the Si2 Member Meeting and Reception during the Design Automation Conference (DAC), June 6, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Austin Convention Center, Room A10.

New representatives on the Si2 board are:  Humair Mandavia, chief strategy officer, Zuken (6947: TYO) and Richard Trihy, director of Design Infrastructure, GLOBALFOUNDRIES.

Reelected board members are:

  • Tom Beckley, senior vice president, Custom IC & PCB Group, Cadence Design Systems (NASDAQ: CDNS)
  • David DeMaria, vice president, Corporate Marketing, Synopsys (NASDAQ: SNPS)
  • Keith Greene, distinguished member of the technical staff, Analog Technology Development, Texas Instruments (NASDAQ: TXN)
  • Rahul Goyal, vice president, Technology and Manufacturing Group and Director, EDA Business, Intel (NASDAQ: INTC)
  • Jong-Bae Lee, vice president, Design Technology Team, Samsung Electronics (OTC: SSNLF)
  • Suk Lee, senior director, Design Infrastructure Marketing Division, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (NYSE: TSM)
  • Pravin Madhani, general manager, Place and Route Division, Mentor Graphics Corp. (NASDAQ: MENT)
  • Leon Stok, vice president, Electronic Design Automation Technologies, IBM (NYSE: IBM)
  • Nick Yu, vice president of Engineering, CDMA Technologies Division, Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM)

“The board of directors plays a critical role in providing strategic direction for Si2,” said John Ellis, president and CEO, Si2.  “Technology advances from the semiconductor industry provide the foundation for ongoing innovation throughout the electronics industry. However, electronic system complexity continues to exponentially increase, at the same time that our industry is consolidating and overall growth has slowed,” he added.

“As a result, the need for efficient use of our members’ resources in collaborating on semiconductor and electronic system design tool interoperability has never been greater. To this end, our board determines the priorities for where Si2 resources must be focused,” Ellis said.

More information on the Si2 member-only meeting, including registration details, is found at: http://www.si2.org/events/si2membermeeting/

About Si2:  Founded in 1988, Si2 is a leading research and development joint venture that provides standard interoperability solutions for integrated circuit design tools.  All Si2 activities are carried out under the auspices of the The National Cooperative Research and Production Act of 1993, the fundamental law that defines R&D joint ventures and offers them a large measure of protection against federal antitrust laws. The Si2 international membership includes semiconductor foundries, fabless manufacturers, and EDA companies.