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Pulsic, D'Gipro announce distribution agreement

Posted: 27 Jan 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:dfm  shape-based  lyric  pulsic  d'gipro 

Pulsic Ltd, an EDA company that delivers shape-based, IC physical design solutions for analogue, mixed-signal and custom digital designs, announced a strategic" title="RTI incorporates IPv6 support into data distribution middleware" target=_blank>distribution relationship with D'Gipro Design Automation & Marketing of India. The relationship will see Pulsic further expand its presence internationally, complementing its sales locations in the United States, Japan and Europe.

A key offering to the Indian market under this relationship is Pulsic's Lyric, which offers detailed floor planning, standard/custom cell placement, interactive editing as well as automatic routing that enables users to achieve a higher productivity and reduce die size.

"Pulsic's unified shape-based platform has achieved significant design wins throughout its markets, and India is a milestone objective for our roadmap," said Kevin Steptoe, Vice President of Marketing for Pulsic. He continued, "Increasingly Lyric is finding application in complex and high volume designs where yield and performance are key objectives."

S. Ramachandran, Managing Director of D'Gipro commented, "Lyric will provide India's reputable design and manufacture houses with access to a valuable DFM and efficiency tool. The analogue and mixed-signal market in India is growing, and this is the right time for Pulsic to be in the market."

"With the tools that are available today in the analogue domain, engineers have to do 90 per cent of their design work manually. With Lyric, almost the complete design process is automated, especially the place and route," added Suresh Kumar, D'Gipro's director for sales and marketing. "Lyric fits in very well with the portfolio of EDA tools that D'Gipro offers to customers in India. It especially fits in well and actually complements the Cadence flow tools," he continued.

"D'GIPRO has been in the Indian VLSI tool market since 1989 and has been a successful distribution company. The boom in the Indian VLSI design industry, with many of the multinationals having design centres in India, has prompted EDA vendors to start working with D'GIPRO to be successful in the India market in the long term," Mr S. Ramachandran concluded.

- Krishnan Sivaramakrishnan
EE Times India

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