Jedat Releases Innovative OA-based Circuit and Layout Tools for Analog Mixed-Signal Designs at DAC 2013

TOKYO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — May 22, 2013 — Jedat Inc. (JASDAQ:3841), a leading developer of high-performance analog and mixed-signal design automation software for integrated circuit (IC) manufacturers, announced today it will be exhibiting at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) 2013 in Austin, Texas and will be demonstrating its new mixed-signal circuit and layout design tools in booth #2427.

Jedat offers new and innovative analog design solutions. The company's layout synthesis tools are designed for advanced feature nodes and reuse methodology—both can reduce TAT and improve design quality. Also, its powerful DFM analyzer and mask verification for post-OPC and mask data can improve design yield.

Mixed-Signal Design Tools

The new product line of Jedat includes:

New U.S. Market Focus

"Jedat is a well-established electronic design automation tool developer for over 20 years with major focus in the Japan and Asia Pacific markets," said Kawauchi Kazuyuki, CEO and President of Jedat, "I believe those tools will change the analog design methodology and significantly improve the design efficiency to the US customers who are facing the new design challenges presented by increasing complexity of mixed signal designs."

About Jedat

Jedat offers the custom LSI design environment, the Alpha-SX series, which automates custom LSI design such as analog LSI, power device, LCD driver and memory. Alpha-SX has brought significant improvement to an area where automation was previously difficult. The distribution partners of Jedat are located in Seoul (Korea), Beijing and Shanghai (China), Hsinchu (Taiwan) and the U.S. West Coast. These partners provide local engineering, application, and sales support in their respective regions.



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Jedat Inc.
Nobuto Ono, 81-3-5847-0313
VP, Products Marketing & Business Development
Mobile: 81-80-6572-4548
URL: www.jedat.co.jp/eng/
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