- RedHawkSoC Dynamic Power, Advanced Low Power, Reliability, and Chip-Package Co-design
- PowerArtistRTL Power Reduction, Analysis, Debug, and RPM Generation
- TotemAnalog/Mixed-Signal Dynamic Power, Substrate Noise, EM, and ESD
- PathFinderESD Planning, Verification and Sign-off
- Sentinel-SSOI/O DDR Power Noise and Timing Analysis
- Sentinel-TIThermal Simulation and Mechanical Stress Integrity Analysis
- Supported Platforms
- ResourcesTechnical Papers, Presentations, Contributed Articles,Conference Papers, Webinars, Videos
Showcasing Design Methodologies, Tools and Technologies for ARM Architecture
PITTSBURGH – October 20, 2011 – Apache Design, Inc., a subsidiary of ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS), today announced it will be participating at the ARM Technology Conference (TechCon) 2011 during the Chip Design Day Expo (booth #27), being held at the Santa Clara Convention Center on October 25, in Santa Clara, California.
As part of ARM’s Connected Community ecosystem, customers use Apache’s RedHawk and PowerArtist to help design, analyze and validate ARM processor cores and IP. Physical IP design teams working on advanced memory and I/O designs use Totem to simulate and analyze designs for power, noise and reliability to ensure robust designs for advanced technology nodes. To validate ARM designs for electrostatic discharge (ESD) robustness, customers use Apache’s PathFinder.
October 19th, 2011