Santa Clara, Calif. - May 16, 2007 - Sequence Design today announced that Concept Engineering has joined its In-Sequence Technology Partner Program, promoting EDA interoperability and advanced design methodologies. Concept Engineering is integrating its visualization technology into Sequence′s low-power analysis and optimization tools to improve exploration and debug capabilities.
"Sequence is all about providing low-power excellence to their customers, "said Gerhard Angst, president and CEO of Concept Engineering. "Joining the In-Sequence program allows us to work together to deliver an intelligent debug environment for power reduction."
"Concept Engineering′s established excellence in the field of visualization technology makes them a welcome addition to our partner program, "said Holly Stump, Sequence Vice President of Marketing. "Our customers need greater and greater insight into their design challenges, and this type of sophisticated, yet intuitive, method of displaying data is a great aid to them."
Concept Engineering is the latest in a series of In-Sequence partnerships, joining a variety of EDA vendors, foundries, IP providers, design services providers, platform vendors and universities first demonstrations of the integrated power aware debugging cockpit will be given during Design Automation Conference 2007 (DAC) in San Diego. For more information visit http://www.sequencedesign.com.
Sequence Design accelerates the ability of SoC designers to bring high-performance, power-aware ICs quickly to market. Sequence Design-For-Power solutions give customers the competitive advantage necessary to excel in aggressive technology markets. For more information: http://www.sequencedesign.com.
About Concept Engineering
Concept Engineering is a privately held company based in Freiburg, Germany, founded in 1990 to develop and market innovative schematic generation and viewing technology for use with logic synthesis, verification, test automation and physical design tools. The company's customers are primarily original equipment EDA tool manufacturers (OEMs), in-house CAD tool developers and semiconductor companies. For more information see http://www.concept.de
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