After the moves by Cadence and Mentor, emulation in the cloud may only be the start of providing verification acceleration as a service.
Cadence Design Systems has made a collection of its tools suitable for cloud computing, providing them for both Cadence- and customer-managed environments.
Metrics Technologies has launched as a supplier of cloud-based verification tools offering per-minute pricing.
Racyics has kicked off a hosted-design service to make it easier for startups and researchers to access the 22nm FD-SOI process offered by GlobalFoundries.
Cadence Design Systems has launched a design-rule checking engine that can distribute its workload across multiple servers in a cloud, private farm or mixture of both to speed up signoff.
Mentor Graphics has added four new units to its PADS PCB family addressing increasing complexity in mainstream design.
Concept Engineering is introducing a version of its Nlview family of automatic schematic generation products that runs inside a standard web browser.
Ansys has decided to marry cloud computing with some of the tools used in SoC design that can make use of large amounts of temporary computer power.
Silicon Cloud is preparing to expand access to its network-based design environment beyond the universities using it today to commercial users
Spice regressions, library characterisation and yield analysis are all being promoted as suitable for running on the cloud
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