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Cadence lifts sales target after strong Q2

7/29/2011 00:12 AM EDT
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re: Cadence lifts sales target after strong Q2
MHK_#1   7/30/2011 2:23:33 PM
This tool is expensive one. Although they lease their EDA for a long term, like 1~3 years, it costs about a multiple of 10k, not including a technical support. While EDA market is down a lot compared to 2010 year, they are reporting a profit, if not a small loss. The H/W development market is getting a lot better in major hub locations over US. I hope it keeps in that way for all of us.

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