SAN JOSE, CA – March 23, 2010 – Physware, Inc., a leading provider of high-speed and high capacity 3D electro-magnetic solutions for Signal Integrity (SI), Power Integrity (PI), Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Integrity and SSN/SSO Integrity (SNI), today announced that the company will present Tutorial/Workshop on Field Solver Solutions for System Level & RF at ISQED Symposium 2010 being held at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose, CA between March 22-24, 2010.
Session 4C. Wednesday, March 24, 2010 | 10:30 am - 12:00 pm, Room: Santa Clara
Dr.Dipanjan Gope, Vice President of Research and Development, Physware Dr. Swagato Chakraborty, Vice President of Products, Physware Professor Vikram Jandhyala, Director, Applied Computational Engineering Lab, University of Washington, Seattle
This tutorial will focus on challenges related to electromagnetic-aware design in emerging 3D scenarios. Broadband simulation, full-wave 3D extraction challenges, package-aware chip I/O design, power distribution network design, system-level signal and power integrity, simultaneous switching noise, and high-speed channel design are the critical applications addressed by the approaches in this tutorial. The tutorial will discuss simulation methodologies with particular emphasis on system-level simulation and RF effects, benefits and limitations, prescriptions for rapid design, the underlying theory of electromagnetic-circuit co-simulation, and provide an understanding of how to navigate the field solver space. The tutorial also discusses the challenges associated with field-aware design of SIP, SOC, POP, stacked die, and MCM configurations, and also introduces the emerging 3DIC scenario.
Physware, Inc. provides high-speed and high-capacity 3D electromagnetic signal integrity, power integrity and EMI analysis field solutions for the microelectronics industry. The company’s patent-pending, physics-aware technology tightly couples analysis and design methods to the underlying Maxwell’s and circuit equations, enabling robustness and efficiency at every step of the design cycle across the entire chip-package-board system and significantly reduces time to market. Physware’s accelerated technology delivers unprecedented capacity handling, significantly faster speed than current methodologies, and the ability to span the entire design cycle while maintaining concurrent, uncompromising Maxwell accuracy.
Physware is a venture-backed, privately-held company led by an experienced management team. The technology is based on multiple patent-pending methodologies, over one hundred publications and several PhD theses. For additional information, please visit www.physware.com.
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Janani Swaminathan, Physware, Inc., 425-458-0597, Email Contact