MINNEAPOLIS, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Pragmatic C Software Corporation today announced the termination of its relationship with Antrim Design Systems, Inc. of Scotts Valley, Calif. A software license agreement under which Antrim licensed Pragmatic C's digital Verilog simulator software, called Cver, as the digital engine for Antrim's Verilog-AMS mixed signal simulator, was terminated after Antrim was unable to make its minimum royalty payments to Pragmatic C.
Antrim Verilog-AMS customers who desire support for the digital portion of that product will now need to directly contact Pragmatic C.
"It is unfortunate to end this business relationship because Antrim's was the first Verilog-AMS simulator," stated Steve Meyer, president of Pragmatic C Software Corporation. "However, Pragmatic C is now in a strong position to explore exciting opportunities in the ECAD mixed mode simulation areas and to focus more on marketing pure digital Cver, the only full P1364 Verilog simulator with an easy to use, programming language style debugger and ships with source code."
Founded in 1991, Pragmatic C Software Corp. is an innovative developer of Verilog logic verification software. For more information on Pragmatic C Software Corp. and its products, visit http://www.pragmatic-c.com