Synopsys expands silicon library

Steffora, Ann
May 1998
Electronic News;05/25/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2220, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on Synopsys Inc.'s expansion of its silicon library offerings for the system-on-chip design market with the introduction of high-density standard cells, random access memory compilers and custom library services. Offerings from major companies in the market; Growth of the market; Key concerns of customers in looking for vendors.


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