Parasitic-aware flow combined with hardware configuration management accelerates time to market for custom IC/ analog/ mixed-signal designers
FREMONT, Calif., April 8, 2011 – Adoption of the latest Cadence® Virtuoso® (IC 6.x) based on the Open Access database is increasing rapidly. The latest release (IC 6.1.5) has exciting new enhancements to support the Cadence approach to silicon realization, including some core enhancements to design management in recognition of the increased size and distributed nature of design teams. On April 14th, Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS) and ClioSoft, Inc. will jointly host a webinar describing some of the major new enhancements in Virtuoso IC 6.1.5 and demonstrate how parasitic-aware design and HCM techniques can help accelerate time to market.
Cadence Virtuoso (IC 6.1.5) Technologies, Parasitic-aware Design Flow & Design Management
- Steve Lewis, Product Marketing Director, Cadence
- Karim Khalfan, Technical Marketing Engineer, ClioSoft
WHEN: Thursday, April 14th, 2011 @ 11:00 AM Pacific for approximately one hour
OF INTEREST TO:
Analog, mixed-signal, custom IC design & layout engineers/managers, CAD engineers/managers
REGISTRATION & AGENDA: http://www.cliosoft.com/seminar/cadence/
ClioSoft is the premier developer of hardware configuration management (HCM) solutions. The company's SOS design data collaboration platform is built from the ground up to handle the requirements of hardware design flows. The SOS platform provides a sophisticated multi-site development environment that enables global team collaboration, design reuse, and efficient management of design data from concept through tape-out. Custom engineered adaptors seamlessly integrate SOS with leading design flows – Cadence’s Virtuoso® Custom IC, Synopsys’ Galaxy Custom Designer, Mentor’s IC flows, and SpringSoft’s Laker™ Custom Layout Automation System. ClioSoft's innovative Universal DM Adaptor technology "future proofs" data management needs by ensuring that data from any flow can be meaningfully managed. The Visual Design Diff (VDD) engine enables designers to easily identify changes between two versions of a schematic or layout by graphically highlighting the differences directly in the editors. For additional information, please see www.ClioSoft.com.
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