Ruben Molina

Ruben
Molina
Product Marketing Director,
Cadence

 

Ruben Molina is the product marketing director at Cadence. He is responsible for setting product rollout strategy, establishing tool requirements based on customer needs, and assessing the competitive landscape in the areas of pricing, licensing models, and technical capabilities. Previously, he held marketing director positions at Magma Design Automation and Extreme DA, where he was the responsible for directing business development and product marketing for all static timing analysis and parasitic extraction products. In addition, he has held senior management and technical positions at LSI Logic in design methodology, including power, crosstalk, clock distribution, delay prediction, and variation modeling. He also spent several years as an IC designer for Hughes Aircraft, Radar Systems Group. He holds a BS in engineering and an MSEE from California State University, Los Angeles. He is the co-author of seven U.S. patents as well. 

Articles
EDA Vendors Should Improve The Runtime Performance Of Path-Based Analysis
If path-based analysis (PBA) runtimes can be improved by significant amounts, designers can begin to utilize PBA on a larger set of paths and perform their analyses earlier in the design closure flow.
Commentaries and Blogs
Guest Blogs
Dec 15, 2014
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Who Are You? (I Really Want to Know!) 1

Borrowing a stanza from The Who’s hit song seemed like a good way to bring attention to a critical topic often ignored by engineers. When finding information on a company that has an interesting product, what do we do? Of course, we look at its Web page to learn more....More
Dec 15, 2014
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Bridging Technical Communication Barriers Between Cultures

Understanding technical concepts in different languages can sometimes prove to be difficult, particularly when you have to communicate it. In this article, I discuss the challenges and possible courses of action....More
Dec 1, 2014
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Programming Efficiency 7

When I started college, the Intel 4004 was being designed. The C programming language and UNIX operating system were being developed (unbeknownst to me). I did most of my programming in BASIC on an HP 2100 series mini-computer....More
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