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DMac
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re: Change shuffles PCB EDA vendor rankings
DMac   2/28/2011 5:19:05 PM
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@selinz- I didn't see a breakdown by region, so you may be right that Cadence remains ahead of Zuken in North America. However, the data I saw did show Cadence falling off quite a bit in the past few years in PCB tools. This may or may not be related to Cadence's revenue model change, which has resulted in the company reporting significantly lower revenues generally.

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re: Change shuffles PCB EDA vendor rankings
selinz   2/27/2011 5:03:34 PM
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That's interesting. I'm surprised that Zuken is ahead of Cadence. I'm guessing this is not true in NA.

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re: Change shuffles PCB EDA vendor rankings
_hm   2/25/2011 10:52:48 PM
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It will be nice if there is comparision and ranking based on of technical features, price and end user satisfaction.



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