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Sigrity Supports 64-bit Linux Computing Platforms

Sigrity has announced its full support for 64-bit Linux computing platforms by porting all of its signal and power integrity software products to systems running the 64-bit Linux operating system. The move is intended to boost performance and capacity for companies developing highly complex designs.

Sigrity's products that support 64-bit Linux platforms cover the full range of power and signal integrity solutions for chips, packages and boards. The Sigrity SpeedXP Suite comprises power and signal integrity tools that provide fast, accurate full-wave electrical analysis of IC packages and PCBs. XcitePI performs dynamic noise simulation of the full-chip power grid structure including package effects, to identify and analyze power integrity issues and help avoid costly design iterations and respins. CoDesign Studio simultaneously co-simulates the complete package and complete chip in an integrated design environment to ensure that chips which are functional during simulation and testing also are fully operational when placed into the actual package. Existing licenses for the above products can run under Linux immediately. Support for the Linux operating system for both existing and new licenses is available at no additional cost. Beta release is available now with formal release to be made later this quarter.



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