Category Archives: IEEE-SA Programs & Services

Revised IEEE 1800™ Standard Specifying SystemVerilog Approved

The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Standards Board has approved IEEE 1800™-2012 “SystemVerilog—Unified Hardware Design, Specification and Verification Language.” The revised standard is intended to enhance and improve the efficiency of electronic-system design and verification. IEEE 1800-2012 is now available at no charge via the IEEE GET Program, which grants the public free access to view […]

Individual Membership for Emerging Markets

Make your Mark on the Future of Technology – Become a Member of IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA)! Through the collective knowledge, commitment, and passion of its members and volunteers, the IEEE Standards Association  magnifies the transformational impact of technology on businesses and society through future-defining standards and consensus building. IEEE Members and Society Affiliates in […]

Collaboration & Information Sharing Across the Computer Security Industry

IEEE-SA Industry Connections Security Group — The threat is diverse. The industry is united. The threat to computer security isn’t “out there.” It’s everywhere. A few years ago the risk to computer security was a small number of threats — like a single virus — being spread as widely as possible. Such threats were at […]

What is the Industry Connections (IC) Program?

The core of IEEE-SA is our robust standards development process. Individual-based or entity-based, IEEE standards are developed using a time-tested, effective and trusted process, and adhere to the principles of due process, openness and consensus. The IEEE-SA Industry Connections (IC) program helps incubate new standards and related services by helping like-minded organizations and individuals come […]

IEEE-SA Corporate Program and Accellera Working Together

Relationship Between the IEEE-SA Corporate Program and Accellera Helps Design Automation Technology Gain Reach and Recognition Since 2000, Accellera, a consortium of companies in the electronic design automation field, has been developing and promoting use of design and verification specifications for semiconductors, systems, and design-tool companies. Ten of those documents have been finalized and issued […]

No-Cost Access to Select Standards for Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields

IEEE Standards Association has made some of its IEEE C95™ safety standards for human exposure to electromagnetic fields available to the public at no cost. The standards can be downloaded through the IEEE Get Program, which allows anyone from around the world to view and download current individual standards at no charge. Complimentary public access […]

IEEE Design Automation Standards in India

On 27 September 2011, IEEE-SA held a webinar intended for those who work with, and in, the Electronic Design Automation field in India, including technology developers, researchers, standards developers and users. Topics discussed included: An overview of IEEE and the IEEE-SA IEEE DASC and the standards they develop The new IEEE India Office and how […]