MONROVIA, California – July 25, 2011 -- Tanner EDA, the catalyst for innovation for the design, layout and verification of analog and mixed-signal (A/MS) integrated circuits (ICs), has posted a video demonstration of its high performance device generator, HiPer DevGen. This novel tool for layout acceleration is an extension to Tanner EDA’s hallmark analog layout tool, L-Edit. Covering all the functionality used by A/MS designers, the demonstration shows how to reduce weeks of design time into minutes for current mirrors, differential pairs, and/or resistor arrays in analog designs.
What: Video demonstration of HiPer DevGen v15.14, including:
- Ease of use and set up
- Common structure recognition and generation
- Correct-by-construction layout
- Consistent high quality
- Silicon-aware functionality
Chapters make it easy to watch the whole demonstration or to view it section by section.
When: On demand
For additional product information, whitepapers, data sheets, and on-demand webinars and demonstrations of other Tanner EDA products, please visit Tanner EDA’s Videos & Demos homepage
About Tanner EDA
Tanner EDA provides a complete line of software solutions that catalyze innovation for the design, layout and verification of analog and mixed-signal (A/MS) integrated circuits (ICs) and MEMS. Customers are creating breakthrough applications in areas such as power management, displays and imaging, automotive, consumer electronics, life sciences, and RF devices. A low learning curve, high interoperability, and a powerful user interface improve design team productivity and enable a low total cost of ownership (TCO). Capability and performance are matched by low support requirements and high support capability as well as an ecosystem of partners that bring advanced capabilities to A/MS designs.
Founded in 1988, Tanner EDA solutions deliver just the right mixture of features, functionality and usability. The company has shipped over 33,000 licenses of its software to more than 5,000 customers in 67 countries.
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