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
Email Contact

Georgia Marszalek,
ValleyPR for Silicon Canvas
Phone: (650) 345 7477
Email Contact


Silicon Canvas and Laker are registered trademarks of Silicon Canvas, Inc. Synopsys, HSPICE and in-Sync are trademarks or registered trademarks of Synopsys, Inc. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.




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