Beaverton, OR--Jan. 27, 1997--Analogy Inc. (Beaverton, OR) announced that SaberDesigner, a suite of design analysis tools for top-down design, is now available on Windows NT 4.0. The cornerstone of SaberDesigner, Saber, was the first high-end, HDL-based, mixed-technology simulator available on the NT platform.
SaberDesigner for NT 4.0 provides a suite of highly interoperable, easy-to-use design tools. The tools include SaberSketch, which lets users create and edit designs; SaberGuide, which allows interactive control of the Saber simulator and its analyses; and SaberScope, which allows for graphical data analysis and viewing.
SaberDesigner is supported by the industry's largest and most accurate mixed-technology model library, comprising more than 8,000 characterized component models and more than 800 generic templates, all written in the MAST hardware description language (HDL). Models span analog, digital, mixed-signal, mechanical, hydraulic, and optical application domains. Analogy models include dynamic thermal effects, stress measures, and statistical analysis support, and are parameterized to support analyses like Monte Carlo, stress, and sensitivity.
As a special introductory offer, customers who purchase SaberDesigner PRO for NT will receive a free Pentium PRO 200. Some limitations apply.
Available immediately, SaberDesigner PRO, priced from $25,900, includes Saber, SaberSketch, and SaberScope. Minimum system requirements for the new SaberDesigner release are Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Pentium 90 MHz (166 MHz recommended), 40 Mbytes of RAM (64 Mbytes recommended), SVGA (800 x 600) monitor (1024 x 768 recommended), CD ROM, and a 1 Gbyte hard disk. SaberDesigner for Windows NT is also available on Windows NT 3.51.
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