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2005-06-07 Three tout more nimble physical design
Three tool vendors are pitching breakthroughs in IC physical design in advance of next week's Design Automation Conference
2006-01-26 Synthesis tool combines advantages of flat, hierarchical design
It's one thing to design individual blocks for large systems-on-chip and another to tie them together into a working device. Sierra tackles the latter challenge with its Pinnacle Chip Assembly solution
2006-06-21 Sierra Pinnacle adopted by NEC for high-end EMMA designs
Sierra Design Automation Inc. announced that Sierra Pinnacle was selected by NEC Electronics as the physical implementation tool of choice after multiple design successes.
2007-05-30 Routing suite receives 45nm design update
Gearing up to deal with 45nm IC physical design challenges such as interconnect resistance, Sierra Design Automation Inc. this week is announcing three significant enhancements to its Olympus-SoC placement and routing suite.
2007-06-14 Rivals play down threat of Mentor's Sierra acquisition
Mentor Graphics' rivalsSynopsys, Cadence and Magma Designregard Mentor's Sierra acquisition as a minimal threat, and their own positions in 65/45nm IC design as strong
2007-06-13 Mentor acquires Sierra Design for $90M
Mentor Graphics has acquired Sierra Design Automation, a provider of high-performance place and route solutions, for $90 million.
2004-10-01 Ventures get capital for a price
There are a lot of startups in EDAprobably too many. If they don't make it, it may sour investors on the sector.
2005-07-04 Once-a-year event assembles designers, experts in one spot
In this age of design strategies for a globalized environment, both board and IC design companies must keep up with competition to stay in the game
2006-08-04 IC implementation device targets 65nm/45nm designs
Sierra Design Automation said its Olympus-SoC is targeted for high-end customers who are designing at 65nm and below processes.
2005-07-28 Global Sources opens ESC/EDA&T exhibitions in Taiwan
Global Sources has opened the fifth annual Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan (ESC-Taiwan) and the 13th annual Electronic Design Automation & Test-Taiwan Conference & Exhibition (EDA&T-Taiwan
2006-05-10 EDA startup sets up office in India
EDA startup Sierra Design Automation disclosed early this week that it has established offices in India to support what it termed the growing adoption of its products.
2007-02-16 EDA growth to continue this year
The EDA industry grew faster than expected in 2006 and is up for another good year, thanks to a healthy IC industry, an insatiable CE market and a move to 65nm and 45nm technologies.
2005-02-21 EDA 'bigwigs' field provocative questions
EDA executives sparred over a variety of topics at the Design and Verification Conference (DVCon) "Bigwigs Panel" moderated by industry gadfly John Cooley Tuesday (Feb. 15
2004-12-01 Dynamic duo creates 'capital efficient' startup
Indian buddies pursue greater heights in creating a capital-efficient IC design startup capable of competing with EDA giants
2007-09-17 Asia's EDA moment is just around the corner
Mentor Graphics' Daniel Yang, managing director, Pacific Rim operations, discusses the Asian designer's future and how the region is shaping up to captivate the EDA industry.
2008-09-15 Analysis: Magma struggles to difficult times
The stock price of Magma continues to slide near an all-time low after last month's surprise, when the company cut revenue guidance for the current fiscal year by about 30 percent.
2002-04-08 EDA customer segments continue to slump
The semiconductor and communications industries, traditionally the two largest customers of EDA products and services, are still struggling under the weight of the economy and are not likely to recover soon, said analysts at a panel discussion sponsored by the EDA Consortium.
2007-07-16 Multicore reshapes EDA landscape
The largest EDA vendors acknowledge that the advent of multicore processors is a cause for both celebration and concern. Multicore platforms will provide much-needed compute power as transistor counts soar at 65nm and below. But legacy applications could prove difficult or even impossible to parallelize.
2008-05-27 Assessing the DFM impact
The EDA industry, always looking for timely solutions to the existing problems of the electronics market, has taken the challenge of defining a new market segment.
2011-06-24 Freescale's AMP addresses explosive IP traffic growth
Running on a multithreaded 64bit Power Architecture e6500 core, the AMP series integrates an array of acceleration engines and power management systems to improve performance and power efficiency.
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