Morgan Hill, California -
October 9, 2003.
International, Inc. (OEA), today announced that it has successfully ported
its most popular multi-net 3D IC net extraction software NET-AN™ to
Microsoft Windows operating systems. With the addition of the Microsoft
Windows port customers can have excellent performance and the added
flexibility on running the OEA products on a wider range of platforms within
our customers are now demanding Windows-based applications to take advantage
of the low cost workstations, speed, and existing resources at their
company. There are increasing numbers of design engineers using Microsoft
Windows operating systems because of recent advances in its processing
capabilities and reliability," said Jerry Tallinger, VP of Marketing & Sales
at OEA. "Many of the next-generation ICs will be developed using EDA tools
running on Microsoft Windows. Quick and easy access to our design software
gives developers a head start in their designs. This reiterates our
commitment to provide customers with both a cost and time-to-market
advantage. OEA's ongoing commitment to product development and providing
engineers with the best design tools to enable them to achieve their goals
is the key to our success. "
to the Windows platforms was fast and easy," said Mike Xie, Engineering
Manager at OEA. "We have been very impressed with the performance we are
seeing out of our software running on Windows platforms".
software runs on major operating systems, including Windows XP, Windows
2000, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, and Red Hat Linux.
About OEA International
OEA International, Inc., is
the industry leader in 3D extraction of interconnects. OEA's tools are
currently used in the most demanding extraction and design environments.
Some of the world most advanced design facilities use OEA tools for detailed
analysis and design of high-speed clocks, buses, I/O rings, power grids, and
synthesis of RF passive components. For additional information worldwide
call (408) 778-6747, or visit OEA online at