Nascentric Supports Sandwork's Waveform Analysis; Nascim Integrates with SPICE Explorer and WaveView Analyzer

AUSTIN, Texas—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Jan. 30, 2006— Nascentric announced today support for Sandwork's SPICE Explorer and WaveView Analyzer with Nascim, the next generation in SPICE-accurate, high-performance Fast-SPICE simulation technology. Sandwork Design Inc. is a leading provider of circuit-level debugging solutions for analog and mixed-signal IC designs.

"Popular tools such as WaveView Analyzer and SPICE Explorer allow the user to quickly load simulation output from Nascim and analyze the design in an expeditious manner," said Dennis George, director of marketing for Nascentric. "A key component in maximizing designer efficiency is the inter-operability of tools. In addition to optimizing the performance of our own tools we will continue to provide robust and seamless links to powerful design and waveform analysis tools."

Nascim, the first in a series of advanced simulation and analysis products, enables design teams to accurately analyze larger and more complex circuits up to 10X faster that previously possible.

"Pairing our cutting-edge waveform analysis tools with cutting-edge simulation capabilities continues to be an important part of our business strategy," said Wu-Yi Chin, Sandwork's vice president of operations. "We're delighted that Nascentric has a similar focus on capacity, efficiency and inter-operability."

About Nascentric

Nascentric is a privately held company headquartered in Austin, Texas. Nascentric delivers state-of-the-art simulation and analysis solutions addressing nanometer design issues related to timing, power and signal integrity. Our products allow designers to quickly simulate, analyze and verify larger and more complex circuits, improve design quality, and facilitate higher yields. The Nascentric management team brings decades of combined electrical engineering and electronic design automation experience to bear on the challenge of delivering full-chip simulation and analysis focused on eliminating silicon re-spins due to nanometer effects.

Nascentric, the Nascentric logo, and Nascim are registered trademarks of Nascentric, Inc. All other company or product names are the registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners. For more information call 1-512-225-8800, or visit us on the web at

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