PARIS Nano ePrint Ltd., a spin off from the University of Manchester in England, announced it has selected the GreenLys modeling tool suite from French EDA startup Infiniscale SA for its organic electronic devices modeling needs.
GreenLys is the printed electronic version of Infiniscale's Lysis, a model-based analog/mixed signal optimization product, noted Firas Mohamed, CEO of InfiniScale, to EDA DesignLine. "GreenLys modeling engine is based on TechModeler's one but with new functionalities adapted for printed/organic device modeling needs."
Before adopting GreenLys, Nano ePrint said it tested the tool because it needed a fast and accurate method for quickly producing and iterating simulation models.
Asked in what respect Infiniscale's tool meet Nano ePrint's needs, Mohamed declared: "Device modeling solutions are generally based on physical modeling, which takes a lot of time (months or years). So, there is no direct competition for GreenLys today, if not the only physical modeling [tool]."
He continued: "Nano ePrint and actors of this industry work on technologies that change fast, and modeling needs to follow up and be done quickly. This is exactly what GreenLys offers. Modeling is done in hours instead of months."
So far, CEA-Liten has adopted GreenLys, and some evaluations are running in Swiss labs and other labs in France, Mohamed concluded.
Infiniscale was created in 2005 in Meylan, near Grenoble, France.