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Disruptive innovation: volcanoes, dead horses and new bicycles

Moshe Zalcberg

Let me take you back in time and away from here. The year is 1815 and we are on the island of Sumbawa in present-day Indonesia, then part of the Dutch East Indies. On 5th of April of that year, a major volcanic eruption took place at Mount Tambora, on the northern part of the island. This was the...


Strive big and you may achieve it

Milos Mirosavljevic

"So, what's your next wild goal?", CEO of the company I work at (Veriest) asked me, shortly after I had attended DVCon conference in Munich last year. Up to that point, attending, even more so presenting at technical conferences seemed like a distant goal for me....


It’s much more than mere formality…

Moshe Zalcberg

American humorist and author Erma Bombeck is quoted as saying: "When your mother asks, 'Do you want a piece of advice?' it is a mere formality. It doesn't matter if you answer yes or no. You're going to get it anyway." As a matter of fact, writing a blog I feel pretty much the same way: I will g...


Semi market not losing focus despite age, says Wally. What about EDA?

Moshe Zalcberg

It's always interesting to hear what Wally Rhines - CEO of Mentor Graphics (now a Siemens company) and a semiconductor/EDA veteran executive - has to say. Last week, at the Mentor Forum in Israel, Wally presented a well articulated speech trying to demystify what seems a major consolidation in the s...


My notes from the GSA European Executive forum – part 1: AI, hyenas and cheetahs

Moshe Zalcberg

The GSA European Executive Forum is an yearly get-together of some of the leading minds in electronics and adjacent industries, in Europe and Worldwide. Executives from different companies, big established corporations and small innovative startups, meet for 24 hours of presentations, discussions, p...


I may be a twin, but I am one of a kind

Moshe Zalcberg

This quote, attributed to the American footballer Jerry Smith, reflects an universal truth: We all like to hold ourselves as special and unique individuals. But there are cases where we wished we had a twin: Imagine a patient facing a serious health condition. He is offered a few different tre...