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Numerical's software speeds migration of design cells to advanced fab processes
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7/30/2001   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- Numerical Technologies Inc. today said it is now offering two new software products that will help ease the task of moving embedded design cores to advanced chip-processing technologies. The company's abraMAP maps existing design cells to new wafer-processing technologies, while the abraKAZAM combines migration and cell-development capabilities.
Avanti names new president; Hsu remains chairman after criminal convictions
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7/26/2001   Post a comment
FREMONT, Calif. -- In the wake of criminal convictions for stealing design automation software, Avanti Corp.'s president and CEO has resigned, and the company today announced its chief operating officer has become its new president.
Gerald Hsu resigns from Avanti after case concludes
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7/25/2001   Post a comment
Gerald Hsu stepped down from his position as president and chief executive of Avanti Corp. late Wednesday night (July 25), citing a recent heart attack. The move came just hours after final sentencing in the Avanti/Cadence Design Systems Inc. software theft case.
Judge hears technical testimony at Avanti hearing
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7/5/2001   Post a comment
The People vs. Avanti restitution hearing closed its third week on Tuesday (July 3) with Judge Conrad Rushing hearing technical testimony from Avanti Corp. witnesses who questioned the value of the code Avanti executive Stephen Wuu stole from Cadence Design Systems Inc. in 1991.
DAC Revisited—Low Attendance, High Technology
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7/2/2001   Post a comment
This year's Design Automation Conference in Las Vegas had its share of exciting new products. TechOnLine's Content Director, Jim Lipman, has picked out and summarized some of the best products in key technology areas announced at or shortly prior to the show.


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