|By Marketwired .||
|June 1, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
SOMERVILLE, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 06/01/14 -- Spectral Design & Test Inc. today announced design kits that complement the industry's most advanced Memory Development Platform (MDP) accelerating memory design & compiler development at advanced technology nodes. Memory library developers spend a substantial amount of time building Front End (FE) views for chip designers so that they can get an early start on design planning and execution. A combination of the design kits in conjunction with the industry's most advanced software tools can help create a very accurate layout abstracts, timing, power and datasheet views with minimal amount of effort. Spectral MDP tools namely MemoryCanvas, MemoryTime & MemComp are deployed across the globe offering memory designers a comprehensive EDA platform to design circuits in the 20/16/14 nm process nodes. The design kits will support Single & Dual Port SRAM, RegisterFile & ROM architectures. "High performance & low power memory designs in advanced technologies require extremely accurate power, timing and layout abstract views, this is an absolute necessity for silicon success," said Deepak Mehta President & CEO at Spectral Design & Test Inc. "Spectral works very closely with its eco system partners to ensure our EDA/IP solutions meet the high standards set by our mutual customers."
Pricing and Availability
Design kits are available for free downloads upon request to [email protected]. MDP tools are available at a list price of $200K per license.
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