Silicon Canvas Attends SNUG, Demonstrates How Laker’s Interoperability Improves Custom IC Design Flows

Who/What:
Silicon Canvas™, developer of the Laker suite of high-performance software for custom integrated circuit (IC) design, a member of Synopsys® in-Sync™ program and a founding member of the recently formed Synopsys HSPICE® Integrator Program, is attending the Synopsys Users Group’s (SNUG) Interoperability Fair. Silicon Canvas is demonstrating its Laker™ software’s interoperability with Synopsys’ electronic design software to provide complete analog, custom digital and mixed signal design flows.

When/Where/Information:
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
4:30-6:30pm
Santa Clara Convention Center,
5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054.

Laker Demonstration Appointments:
To make an appointment with a Silicon Canvas representative, please email info@sicanvas.com or stop by the Silicon Canvas booth at the SNUG Interoperability Fair.

What is SNUG?
SNUG is an open forum that that provides Synopsys users worldwide with a unique opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss problems and explore solutions.

About Laker Software
Silicon Canvas’ Laker suite of software tools are well known for analog, mixed-signal and custom digital design, offering unmatched productivity from rule-driven, schematic-driven and design-driven layout flows. The integrated Laker portfolio includes the Laker Analog Design Platform (ADP) with schematic entry, a simulation console and a waveform viewer, Laker L3 for layout, and Laker Design Driven Layout (DDL) with its constraint editor/extractor, custom placer and matched device and custom routers.

About Silicon Canvas
Silicon Canvas, Inc. is the technology leader for full-custom IC design software. The Company’s Laker schematic, layout, and automated custom layout tools offer the power of controllable automation and unmatched interoperability to deliver best-in-class flows for analog, mixed-signal, and custom digital designs. More than 300 companies worldwide, including 7 of the top 10 semiconductor companies, have chosen Laker, and are adopting it for designs down to 45nm. For more information about Silicon Canvas, please visit www.sicanvas.com.

Press Contacts:
Richard Morse
Phone: (408) 321-0888 X 106
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Georgia Marszalek,
ValleyPR for Silicon Canvas
Phone: (650) 345 7477
Email Contact


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