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Who We Are

We are the pioneer and leading developer of design data management and enterprise IP management solutions for the semiconductor industry. Our software has been architected to meet the performance, network storage optimization, security and scalability requirements of the global design industry.

What We Do

ClioSoft provides a design data management platform – SOS7 – architected for the unique requirements of hardware designers. SOS7 effectively and efficiently manages design data, including output from the EDA platforms–across single or multiple design locations–from concept to GDSII. Design teams using SOS7 efficiently collaborate on the development of their complex analog, digital, RF, and mixed-signal SoCs, manage design handoffs, track their IPs and securely manage the numerous revisions of their designs

Cliosoft’s enterprise IP reuse ecosystem helps you to track, compare and securely use internal or third-party IPs, as well as to collaborate with team members to create new IPs and IP subsystems. The IP reuse platform from ClioSoft works with all types of design management solutions such as SOS7, GIT, Subversion, Perforce.

How You Can Benefit


A collaborative ecosystem for IP reuse to enable faster SoC development
Manage and track all internal and 3rd Party IPs within your enterprise
Configurable, secure platform built for enterprises to manage all types of IPs - Semiconductor IPs, documents, flows, scripts etc.
Active and growing design knowledge base for each IP to enable better IP reuse
Single portal to access all designs within your company


One single secure collaborative platform for design data management from concept-to-GDSII
An underlying infrastructure to securely manage design data for all types of designs – analog, RF, digital, and mixed-signal
Fine grained access controls to manage data security across multi-sites
Integrated with EDA tools and flows from major EDA vendors
Built-in network storage optimization and backup
Track usage of IPs and design modules across the enterprise
Visual design diff to compare schematic layouts