Morgan Hill, California -
March 19, 2004.
International, Inc. (OEA) recently joined the Synopsys in-Sync[R] program to
improve the interoperability between HSPICE[R], the
industry's most trusted and comprehensive circuit
simulator engine, and OEA's 3D interconnect parasitic extraction
tool, NET-AN[TM]. HSPICE will be used to verify SPICE sub-circuit models
produced by OEA software and thus assure correct operations of the flows
that maximize the productivity of the mutual customers.
in-Sync program enables OEA to fully integrate and support the design flows
of our mutual customers," said Jerry Tallinger, vice president of Marketing
and Sales at OEA International, Inc. "The HSPICE circuit simulator is
necessary to simulate accurate delays and skews from the NET-AN-generated
SPICE representations of critical interconnects and clock nets."
welcome OEA International into the Synopsys in-Sync Program," said Karen
Bartleson, director of interoperability at Synopsys. "As a strong proponent
of interoperability, Synopsys is committed to enabling interfaces that will
benefit EDA users."
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