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  Date: 3rd may 2011

IOsemi selects Berkeley Design Automation Analog FastSPICE Platform

Berkeley Design Automation, Inc. has announced that IO Semiconductor Inc., has selected the Berkeley's AFS Platform for RF verification and characterization.

"At IOsemi we have tremendous verification and characterization challenges for our ZEROcap CMOS technology designs," said Stuart Molin, CTO at IOsemi. "We have standardized on the Analog FastSPICE Platform because it provides nanometer SPICE accuracy 5x to 10x faster than traditional SPICE, exceeding our requirements for verification and characterization of our high-performance CMOS RF front-end devices."

"We are delighted with the IOsemi selection of the Analog FastSPICE Platform for their verification and characterization flow," said Ravi Subramanian, president and CEO of Berkeley Design Automation. "Achieving best-in-class cellular front-end performance in an RF-CMOS platform is a tremendous challenge. IOsemi's adoption of the AFS Platform reinforces the fact that today's leading fabless semiconductor companies select Berkeley Design Automation for nanometer circuit verification."


 
          
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