Arithmatica's CellMath Designer Datapath Synthesis Tool Selected by ATI for Next Generation Graphics Designs

WARWICK, U.K.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—July 20, 2006— Arithmatica, the silicon math company, today announced a multi-year, volume licence agreement to supply its flagship CellMath Designer datapath synthesis software to ATI Technologies, Inc.

"ATI has deployed Arithmatica's CellMath Designer for datapath design in our graphics production flow," said Greg Buchner, VP of Engineering. "We were able to achieve aggressive datapath area targets with a solution that integrated well with our current design flow."

Tony Curzon Price, CEO of Arithmatica, said: "We have been working with ATI for over a year, so ATI's decision to adopt us is a meaningful endorsement for us. We love working with engineering groups of the calibre we find at ATI: they stretch us, teach us what is really important in advanced ASIC design flows and ultimately make us deliver a superior product. ATI's flow requirements made us work very hard on making our formal verification support almost push-button on complicated floating point blocks. We look forward to a continued, close relationship with ATI over the years ahead."

Availability

Arithmatica actively markets and supports its products in North America, Europe, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

About Arithmatica

Arithmatica is the first company focused solely on using advances in silicon math algorithms to lower costs and power and increase speed for math-intensive ICs, such as those used in 3D graphics, imaging, multimedia, wireline and wireless communications, and embedded processing. Its unique technology, available through its tools products and design services, provides differentiated improvement to licensees' ICs. The company received its first venture funding in 2001 and is headquartered in Warwick, U.K., with sales and support operations in Palo Alto, California. For further information about how its silicon math solutions increase silicon efficiency and boost productivity, please visit: www.arithmatica.com.

Note to Editors: Arithmatica, the Arithmatica logo and CellMath are trademarks of Arithmatica Ltd. All other trademarks and registered trademarks belong to their respective companies.



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