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2006-05-11 KPIT Cummins adopts Cadence AMS kit
The Indian arm of Cadence announced that KPIT Cummins has adopted its AMS Methodology Kit to help its analog mixed-signal designers simplify the application of Cadence technology.
2005-09-15 Cadence offers shorter AMS design cycle
The AMS Methodology Kit from Cadence promises to enable analog mixed-signal designers of wireless, wired and consumer electronics devices to achieve shorter, more predictable design cycles while creating reusable AMS blocks.
2006-04-28 Cadence AMS kit adopted by non-volatile memory supplier
Cadence announced that Saifun Semiconductors has adopted Cadence's Analog Mixed Signal Methodology Kit
2005-12-15 Methodology kit addresses wireless design challenges
Cadence announced its RF Design Methodology Kit, which is designed to address key challenges in wireless design
2006-11-16 Design RFICs with greater speed, accuracy
In RFIC design, a "meet-in-the-middle" approach balances top-down fast design processes with bottom-up silicon accuracy to produce a predictable schedule, leading to first-pass silicon success.
2007-06-28 TSMC, Cadence team on 65nm wireless design flow
Cadence and TSMC have teamed on nanometer wireless design and produced a new TSMC 65nm RF PDK compatible with the new Cadence Virtuoso custom design platform.
2006-08-01 EDA&T-Taiwan showcases latest in EDA, test
To update engineers on the latest developments in EDA and test, the 14th Annual EDA & Test Taiwan Conference & Exhibition will gather the world's top vendors on August 17-18 at the Taipei International Convention Center.
2005-10-10 Mentor making automotive EDA push
Looking to push its widely acknowledged lead in the automotive EDA space, Mentor Graphics Corp. Thursday (Oct. 6) announced a major new automotive design push.
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