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Cadence platform supports 64-bit Linux OS

Posted: 04 Feb 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cadence design systems? encounter digital ic design platform? intel? itanium? linux?

Cadence Design Systems Inc. has released key products of its Encounter digital IC design platform on Intel Itanium 2-based systems running the 64-bit Linux OS.

The company has ported its generation technology products to Itanium 2-based Linux platforms to offer customers the increased capacity and higher performance critical for designing large and complex SoC designs in the industry.

The company currently provides 32-bit enabled products on Linux for its entire product suite, as well as 64-bit products for all major Unix OSs. By providing its customers with a completely interoperable design solution - through hardware, operating system and design software - Cadence customers receive acceleration of chip design time, leading to improvement in time to market.

Lavi Lev, EVP and GM of the Cadence Implementation Division, said "Porting to Intel Itanium 2-based systems is a significant benefit for those customers who need the increased capacity and performance that a 64-bit Itanium 2-based Linux platform can provide."

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