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December 07, 2011

Companies Achieve Significant Power and Performance Gains with Synopsys' Low Power Solution



Synopsys (News - Alert), Inc has announced that various companies all over the world deployed and successfully taped out more than 125 advanced multi-voltage designs using the Galaxy Implementation Platform low power solution and IEEE (News - Alert)-1801 Unified Power Format (UPF).

The Synopsys advanced low power solution enables automatic implementation of these advanced techniques, using UPF specification of the design power intent. The Galaxy Implementation Platform meets low power challenges throughout the synthesis, physical design and sign-off phases of the design process. While providing significant productivity through its complete low power portfolio, it consistently delivers the lowest power consumption, highest design performance and best quality of results.

“Meeting power budgets is a key requirement for most applications today," said Bijan Kiani , vice president of product marketing, design and manufacturing products, at Synopsys. "To remain competitive in their markets, our customers require the lowest power and highest performance for their designs. With more than 125 tapeouts to date, the Synopsys advanced low power solution is now in mainstream usage and enables our customers to bring more competitive products to market faster.”

Targeting a broad spectrum of application markets including consumer electronics, wireless, DSP, mobile, microprocessor, networking, storage and portable medical devices, among the companies are Aquantia, Chongqing Chongyou Information Technology Co., Ltd. (CYIT), Emulex, HiSilicon Technologies, Lantiq (News - Alert), Microchip Technology, Movidius, Oticon, Progate Group Corporation, Samsung, Sunplus Technology, TSMC, VeriSilicon, Vimicro and others, the company stated in a press release.

Recently, the company announced that Aart de Geus, chairman and CEO, will speak at the Barclays Capital 2011 Global Technology (News - Alert) Conference in San Francisco, on December 7, 2011.


Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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