Visit us in booth #613 at the 54th Design Automation Conference (DAC) in Austin to learn about our industry-standard SoC design and IP management solutions. Come and see why the SOS platform is the design collaboration system of choice for analog, RF, digital and mixed-signal designs at several large semiconductor companies such as Analog Devices, Google and TSMC. Learn what is groundbreaking in IP management and how you can make design resuse a reality in your company to build SoCs successfully in short schedules.
Would you like to view all IPs in your company, often trapped in silos due to organizational structures, different locations etc., and leverage them to produce SoCs quickly? Is unauthorized IP usage a problem in your company? Do you want internal IPs be used use more in your company? Visit us to see how designHUB empowers you to easily browse, qualify and select the desired IPs for your project, collaborate to create new IPs and publish them when completed with the desired access controls. Learn how you can track the IPs and their usage throughout your enterprise, set up checks to prevent IP theft and leverage a growing knowledge-base to make users more efficient. See how designHUB keeps designers in sync and uses crowdsourcing to bridge the gap between the IP developer and user to resolve any IP integration issues in a timely manner. designHUB works op top of any data management system as well network storage.
Is it challenging to collaborate with different teams for your digital, analog or mixed-signal SoCs? Are you having problems managing design handoffs between team members located locally or across multiple sites? Are your engineers spending too much time investigating changes made to the design or ensuring that they have the latest design data? Come and see how the SOS7 design management platform is being used by numerous customers for collaboration on all analog, RF, digital and mixed-signal designs to increase greatly their designer productivity and team efficiency.
Does your design team struggle to identify modifications made to the schematic or layout by other team members? Are you having problems reviewing the changes in your schematic or layout during ECOs? See how you can use Visual Design Diff (VDD) to graphically compare different versions of a schematic or layout and to quickly highlight the differences even when the schematic is modified by a RF designer.