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Real Intent Signs Intrinsic Solutions as Distributor for India

SUNNYVALE, CA and BANGALORE, INDIA--(Marketwired - April 22, 2014) - Real Intent Inc., whose advanced verification solutions accelerate electronic design sign-off, eliminate complex failures in SoCs, and lead the market in performance, capacity, accuracy and completeness, announced today it has signed Intrinsic Solutions as its distribution partner for India. The move brings local sales and support expertise to design teams in India to address growing interest there in Real Intent's advanced verification solutions; it also complements Real Intent's existing sales and support teams in Europe, North America and Asia.

Bangalore-based Intrinsic is a provider of optimized and end-to-end solutions for the Indian market. Recognized as a pioneer in India for wireless sensor networks and embedded systems, it has a large network of highly qualified sales and support engineers, pre-sales and post-sales technical specialists and technology consultants reaching from Bangalore to Pune and Hyderabad.

"We are pleased to partner with Intrinsic Solutions as our distributor because of its extensive knowledge of what design teams require," said Hamed Emami, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Real Intent. "Intrinsic is headquartered in the Silicon Valley of India, and it strives for excellence in sourcing and delivering optimized products, services and solutions that add value. Design teams in semiconductor companies and R&D labs throughout India will benefit from Intrinsic's local distribution and support of Real Intent's breakthrough verification solutions for accelerating advanced sign-off."

Ajit Edlabadkar, Director of Intrinsic Solutions, has nearly 20 years of experience working with Indian organizations on their research and development needs. He said, "Intrinsic is passionate about identifying and recommending the most optimized solutions for our clients. Real Intent's Ascent products provide the fastest early functional verification for clean RTL before simulation and synthesis, and its Meridian products deliver unmatched speed, capacity, and low-noise reporting to accelerate sign-off verification of clock domain crossings and SDC in 500+M gate SoC designs."

Ajit will exhibit these products at India's second annual Verification Futures Conference in Bangalore next month. He added, "Real Intent's best-in-class solutions will reduce time to market and provide productivity gains for cutting-edge designs being developed in India." 

About Real Intent
Companies worldwide rely on Real Intent's EDA software to accelerate early functional verification and advanced sign-off of electronic designs. Real Intent's comprehensive CDC verification, advanced RTL analysis and sign-off solutions eliminate complex failure modes of SoCs, and lead the market in performance, capacity, accuracy and completeness. Please visit http://www.realintent.com/ for more information.

Acronyms
CDC: Clock Domain Crossing
EDA: Electronic Design Automation
R&D: Research and Development
RTL: Register Transfer Level
SDC: Synopsys Design Constraints
SoC: Systems-on-Chip

Meridian and Ascent are trademarks of Real Intent, Inc. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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