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Sigrity ports signal integrity tools to Linux platforms

Posted: 17 Jan 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:EDA tools? signal integrity tool? PCB tool? system tool? Linux?

Sigrity Inc. has ported its power and signal integrity tools to 64-bit Linux platforms, promising to speed signal-integrity analysis for chip, package and board applications. The company has also enhanced its PowerSI electrical analysis solution with parallel and distributed processing.

Sigrity products that support 64-bit Linux include SpeedXP, which provides power and signal integrity analysis for IC packages and pc-boards; Xcite PI, which offers dynamic noise simulation of full-chip power grid structures; and CoDesign Studio, which co-simulates the complete package and chip in an integrated design environment.

Beta releases on 64-bit Linux are already available, with a formal release to be made later this quarter. The Linux support is available at no extra cost.

Sigrity's electrical analysis solution
PowerSI provides a full-wave, frequency-domain electrical analysis of IC packages and pc-boards. A regular PowerSI license can now support up to four CPUs in a single computer at no additional charge. There's a "nominal" charge for additional CPUs in a host or non-host computer. The parallel/distributed computing feature is available now.

- Richard Goering
EE Times

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