History

  • April 2017 Debuts designHUB, a collaborative IP reuse ecosystem to enable companies efficiently reuse all types of IPs including semiconductor IPs, scripts, PDKs, documents, methodlogies etc. within the company along with the user experience. Read More
  • July 2015 Debuts SOS7, a faster, smarter, stronger version of the SOS design data & enterprise management platform Read More
  • 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