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Panel – Which Model When? Succeeding with IBIS-AMI

Donald Telian (Owner / SI Consultant, SiGuys)

Walter Katz (Chief Scientist, Signal Integrity Software, Inc.)

Michael Mirmak (Technical Lead - Signal Integrity, Intel Corp.)

Justin Butterfield (Senior Engineer: Silicon Signal Integrity, Micron Technology Inc.)

Ken Willis (Product Engineering Architect, Cadence)

Location: Ballroom D

Date: Thursday, January 31

Time: 3:45pm - 5:00pm

Track: 02. Chip I/O & Functional Block Modeling & Validation Solutions, 08. Optimizing High-Speed Serial Design

Session Type: Panel Discussion (Free)

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

IBIS-AMI models are the ubiquitous choice for the most challenging simulation tasks, but which type of AMI model should I use when? What are their strengths and limitations? This year's AMI Panel examines vendor, template, library, spec, bit-stream/statistical and home-grown models, explaining the strengths and limitations of each. While the days of not having a model are over, what is the secret to succeeding amidst the myriad of options? Does the answer vary by application – particularly new applications such as DDR5? Join us for another insightful discussion to learn timely answers to these questions and more.

Takeaway

* How to acquire or construct an AMI model when it is not available. * Understand the types of AMI models, and the strengths/limitations of each. * What you need to know to succeed with the new applications for AMI.

Intended Audience

Attendees should have an interest in or understanding of serial links, AMI models, SerDes/Serial and/or DDRx simulation, and analysis tools.