Extreme DA on Gary Smith's Coveted "What to See at DAC" List

Santa Clara, Calif. -- June 5, 2008 - Extreme DA™ is proud to be named the company that attendees must see at the 45th Design Automation Conference (DAC) at the Anaheim Convention Center, June 9 -12. Every year for the past thirteen, prior to DAC, Gary Smith of GarySmithEDA, publishes a list of companies in key technical categories that he and fellow analyst, Mary Olsson have analyzed and signaled out as the leaders in each of the categories. Extreme DA is first on the list for the timing analysis category.

Fast-growing Extreme DA is the emerging leader in next-generation timing analysis software that improves the performance and yield of nanometer integrated circuits (ICs) with unmatched speed and analysis capacity and addresses process variations in semiconductor designs. It will be demonstrating its products in its booth 1364 throughout DAC. The TSMC Reference Flow 9.0, announced June 3, covers Extreme GoldTime™ sign-off timing analysis. Supporting 40nm process technology, Reference Flow 9.0 is the latest generation of TSMC's design methodology to increase yields, lower risks, and reduce design margins. Extreme DA is proud to have its timing analysis capabilities confirmed by one of the leading fabs.

Gary Smith EDA (GSEDA)
GSEDA is the leading provider of market intelligence and advisory services for the global Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Electronic System Level (ESL) design, and related technology markets. The What To See @ DAC Research Viewpoint includes the 13th annual 'must see' list of products which comprise power optimization, analog layout and ESL/ SW tools. This document articulates the process of choosing which tools are selected and recommendations for companies to improve their chances to make it though the current electronic inflection point. The list was compiled by Gary Smith and Mary Olsson. For more information about GSEDA, visit http://www.garysmitheda.com.

Extreme DA in Booth 1364
Extreme DA will provide informal demonstrations of the newest version of GoldTime, which now includes Extreme's new MXOTM technology that delivers tape-out success across operational modes and corners and is 5X faster than traditional tools such as Synopsys' PrimeTime. Everyone who views a presentation or completes a survey on crucial IC design issues will automatically be entered to win a 32GB Apple iTouch.

Extreme DA in Suite 1364
Extreme DA will host private meetings in its suites to demonstrate the new features and benefits of GoldTime and share its technology roadmap and include:
  • GoldTime Timing Analysis-The New Standard in Sign-off Timing Discover how GoldTime transforms your existing design closure and sign-off timing flows to new standards of capacity and performance.
  • ROAD™-The Path to Transistor-level Statistical Optimization ROAD statistical optimization at the transistor level is a new generation tool that goes beyond statistical analysis.
  • Statistical STA - The Time Is Now (Tutorial) No longer a future concern, process variation and timing uncertainty are here at 40nm. Discover how Extreme DA solutions have found problems missed by corner-based analysis.
Prospective Extreme DA customers and partners may schedule suite presentations with Extreme DA executives and technologists in the suite by registering at http://www.extreme-da.com/DAC2008-signup.html.

About Extreme DA
Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., venture-funded Extreme DA develops and licenses software products that provide sign-off of analysis and improve the performance and yield of nanometer integrated circuits prior to manufacture. The company's investors include Foundation Capital, IT-Farm Corporation, and Lanza techVentures. For the latest news and information on Extreme DA, visit www.extreme-da.com or write to Email Contact.

Extreme DA, the Extreme DA logo, and Extreme DA GoldTime, MXO, and ROAD are trademarks of Extreme DA. All other legal marks are the property of their respective owners.

Contact:
Jean Armstrong, PR Counsel for Extreme DA
Armstrong Kendall, Inc.
Email Contact
503-672-4680





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