History

  • July 2015 Debuts SOS7, a faster, smarter, stronger version of the SOS design data & enterprise management platform
  • October 2013 SOS is selected by the five institutions collaborating on the Large Hadron Collider Project, the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator. Read More
  • May 2013 Agilent choses ClioSoft as the data management vendor for the Agilent Advanced Design System (ADS), an RF, microwave and high-speed design platform. Read More
  • 2008 SOS products are integrated with Synopsys Laker3™ and Synopsys’ Custom Designer. SpringSofts’s Laker has been purchased by Synopsys and is now called Laker3 to form a unified front-to-back environment for custom circuit design and layout.
  • 2007 Introduces Universal Data Management Adaptor, which allows CAD administrators to specify rules to automatically package co-managed files into a composite object and exclude files that should not be managed. Patented in 2010. Read More
  • 2004 Introduces SOS viaICstudio to provide integrated Hardware Configurable Management for ICstudio custom IC design platform from Mentor Graphics.
  • 2002 ClioSoft adds caching capabilities to SOS to help multi-site design teams collaborate more efficiently on complex design projects.
  • 1998 Revision control and design management features of SOS are integrated with the Cadence Virtuoso flow, allowing users to manage revisions of schematics and layouts.
  • 1997 ClioSoft is launched as a self-funded company and introduces its first product, the SOS platform, to help manage front-end RTL flows. Read More