Cadence has expanded the reach of its parallelized fastSpice engine and Spectre XPS tool to support general-purpose analog and mixed-signal designs.
Cadence Design Systems has developed a version of its Spectre FastSpice tool that splits simulation across many computers without manually cutting the design into segments.
For the new web TV program Unhinged, Brian Fuller talked to venture capitalist Jim Hogan about the future of mixed-signal and the past of EDA.
The device modeling specialist has integrated its new NanoSpice simulator with existing capture and analysis tools in a broad design-for-yield package.
Designers working on mixed-signal circuits will benefit from using digital tools, Cadence's SVP of R&D for custom design said at CDNLive EMEA today. But for those who don't a faster fast Spice is on its way.
At the SNUG event this week, Synopsys is taking the wraps off its plans to support 3DIC, with updates to tools for physical design and verification.
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