San Jose, Calif.--March 16, 1998--Gambit Automated Design, Inc. announced an initial agreement with MMC Networks, Inc. valued at $1.2 million. MMC will standardize on Gambit's Grandmaster 2.1 for all of its CBA (cell-based array) and standard cell layout integrated circuits.
MMC will use Grandmaster in the development of its network processors. MMC's processors are high-performance, open-architecture, and software-programmable and are used for building multigigabit wire-speed switches and routers.
Gambit's Grandmaster 2.1 is the industry's only commercially available automated parallel processing IC place-and-route solution. It can use any combination of multiprocessing computers or a collection of computers on a network, dramatically increasing design throughput.
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