EDA Solutions at Image Sensors 2013

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Company to demonstrate latest advanced image sensor design tools including Version 16 of HiPer Silicon, the full-flow analogue and mixed-signal design suite from Tanner EDA

EDA Solutions, sole representative in Europe for Tanner EDA and Incentia Design Systems, is exhibiting at Image Sensors 2013, which is being held on 19-21 March 2013 at the Park Plaza Victoria hotel in London, UK.

The development of silicon for leading-edge image sensors and imaging technology is a key strategic focus for the company. At the event, EDA Solutions will be presenting the latest version of the HiPer Silicon(TM) full-flow analog and mixed-signal design suite from Tanner EDA. The new Version 16 of HiPer Silicon with OpenAccess is the most comprehensive and productive tool on the market for the development of advanced mixed-signal image sensor designs, providing users with unprecedented interoperability and advanced capabilities. EDA Solutions will also be demonstrating the DesignCraft(TM) logic synthesis tools from Incentia Design Systems and the Riviera-PRO(TM) mixed-language digital simulator from Aldec.

At the event, the company will also be showing samples of the advanced wafer-scale sensor that was developed for medical imaging applications by the Science and Technology Facilities Council's Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Enabled by advanced analog design tools from Tanner EDA, the highly innovative imager is an innovative three-sided 'buttable' high-resolution high-frame-rate sensor that integrates 6.7 million pixels on 50-micron pitch for mammography applications.
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