Littleton, MA, January 25, 2015 -- CLK Design Automation today announced that Tom Flynn has joined as Vice President of Sales. Tom has more than 25 years of experience in executive management and sales in the EDA software and semiconductor process modeling industry. Previously, Tom was Vice President of Sales at Coventor, a leader in MEMS and semiconductor process modeling, and Vice President of Sales at Ansoft, where he grew world-wide sales from $33 million to over $110 million prior to being acquired by ANSYS. Tom holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
“We are truly excited to have Tom join CLKDA,” said Isadore Katz, President and CEO. “He is a proven EDA sales executive who brings exactly the right skills and experience to help build and grow our company.”
“I am very pleased to be coming on board at CLKDA,” said Tom Flynn, VP of Sales. “CLKDA has an excellent reputation in the industry for delivering world class technology and service to leading edge IC designers. I look forward to bringing CLKDA through its next stages of growth and expansion.”
About CLK Design Automation
CLKDA is the market and technology leader in High Accuracy Timing and Variance Characterization. Our customers include the top global semiconductor companies. Our FX Applications solve mission critical problems for chip frequency, yield, and time to market. FX is the first transistor model and simulator specifically engineered for digital variance and delay analysis. FX is in production at the most advanced IC geometries at 20nm, 16nm, 14nm and 10nm, with all of the leading foundries. Variance FX is the leading solution for generating derates in the market today. Path FX is the only solution that delivers MC SPICE accuracy with better performance than even traditional STA tools. CLKDA was founded in 2005. Its management team has over 200 years of experience in EDA between them. Our headquarters is in Littleton, Massachusetts, just outside of Boston. CLKDA has offices in California, Texas and Taiwan.