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UPCOMING MEETINGS

The bridge numbers for future IBIS teleconferences are as follows:

DateTelephone NumberMeeting ID

March 14, 2008  1-866-432-99031-2135-7831

All meetings are 8:00 AM to 9:55 AM US Pacific Time.  Meeting agendas are typically distributed seven days before each Open Forum.  Minutes are typically distributed within seven days of the corresponding meeting.  When calling into the meeting, press 1 to attend the meeting, then follow the prompts to enter the meeting ID.  For new, local international dial-in numbers, please reference the bridge numbers provided by Cisco Systems at the following link:

http://www.cisco.com/web/about/doing_business/conferencing/index.html

NOTE: "AR" = Action Required.

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INTRODUCTIONS AND MEETING QUORUM

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INTRODUCTIONS AND MEETING QUORUM

The IBIS Open Forum Summit was held in Munich, Germany at the ICM Convention Center during the 2008 Design Automation and Testing in Europe (DATe) Conference.  About 20 people representing 13 organizations attended.

The notes below capture some of the content and discussions.  The meeting presentations and other documents are available at:

http://www.eda-stds.org/ibis/summits/mar08/

Ralf Bruening welcomed everybody to the 11th European IBIS Summit meeting in Munich.

He said he is looking for news with respect to new IBIS modeling features, as the summit is the place where the exchange of experiences takes place and where new problems can be discussed.

He thanked the sponsors including Sigrity, Agilent Technologies, Mentor Graphics, Infineon, Zuken, and Nokia Siemens Networks.

Ralf reported on an agenda change.  Unfortunately, Saliou Dieye of Agilent Technologies encountered flight delays and could not attend.  So the last scheduled presentation titled “New Interconnect Models Remove Simulation Uncertainty” had to be cancelled.

Ralf then asked everyone to introduce themselves. (Thanks to Eckhard Lenski for taking minutes.)  

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