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Si2 OpenAccess links IC logical design to physical design
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11/3/2004   Post a comment
The Silicon Integration Initiative's (Si2) OpenAccess Coalition hopes that the 2.2 release of OpenAccess will open the floodgates for adoption of the tool interoperability standard.
Synopsys buys assets of mixed signal IP vendor LEDA Design
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11/2/2004   Post a comment
Continuing its acquisition streak, Synopsys Inc. announced Tuesday (Nov.2) that it has acquired certain assets of mixed-signal intellectual property company LEDA Design for an undisclosed amount.
PCB-Tool unterstützt virtuelle Designteams
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11/2/2004   Post a comment
Die Bildung "virtueller" Designteams ermöglicht ein neues Tool von Mentor Graphics: Damit können mehrere Entwickler gleichzeitig an einem Leiterplatten-Layout arbeiten, unabhängig von ihrem geographischen Aufenthaltsort.
Une jeune pousse de CAO lève 7 millions de dollars dans un 3ème tour de financement
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11/2/2004   Post a comment
Zenasis technologies Inc., société américaine de CAO électronique (Conception assistée par ordinateur), a bouclé un troisième tour de financement de 7 millions de dollars auprès de Newbury Ventures et d’investisseurs existants, à savoir Sigma Partners, Selby Venture Partners et VentureTech Alliance.
MatrixOne upgrades Synchronicity suite
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11/1/2004   Post a comment
Product lifecycle management company MatrixOne Inc. has released the first revision of Synchronity technology since it acquired Synchronicity in June 2004.
Zenasis gets $7 million in series C funding
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11/1/2004   Post a comment
EDA IC design optimization startup Zenasis Technologies Inc. has raised $7 million in its third round of funding from Newbury Ventures along with existing investors Sigma Partners, Selby Venture Partners and VentureTech Alliance.
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