The combination of Magma’s Titan and FineSim software and LFoundry’s process technology will accelerate development of analog/mixed-signal (AMS) products, especially for European system-on-chip (SoC) developers.
LFoundry’s leading 0.15-micron process claims excellent performance for RF applications, with results comparable to 0.13-micron technologies. This enables designers to manufacture cost-effective products that offer high performance. The Titan Mixed-Signal Design Platform is a unified mixed-signal design cockpit with a high capacity and a fast database access mechanism. Titan comprises user-friendly full-custom schematic and layout editors, an analog simulation environment integrated with the super-fast and accurate FineSim simulator, correct-by-design schematic-driven layout and integration with Magma’s tools for physical verification and digital implementation. The LFoundry iPDK’s detailed flow steps and advanced Titan and FineSim capabilities provide LFoundry and Magma customers with improved productivity and faster turnaround time for analog/mixed-signal design.
“LFoundry’s philosophy is to provide flexible EDA solutions that increase our customer base and customers’ productivity,” said Gerhard Spitzlsperger, chief technology officer of LFoundry. “By working with Magma to qualify Titan and FineSim in our recently released iPDK platform, we can enable our customers to increase performance and improve IP reuse and portability while reducing turnaround time.”
“In today’s market, it is tougher than ever to develop highly differentiated, yet profitable, mixed-signal SoCs,” said Anirudh Devgan, general manager of Magma’s Custom Design Business Unit. “The combination of Titan and FineSim with LFoundry process technology provides a comprehensive mixed-signal design solution that accelerates the development process, enabling designers to explore the design space quickly and deliver high-quality designs faster.”
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