Hill, California - October 12, 2004. OEA
International, Inc. (OEA) today announced that it has successfully ported
latest version of 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 on platforms
within their company.
our customers can now take advantage of the low cost Windows workstations,
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
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. was formed in 1988 to
address demanding IC extraction problems. The company has secured the
extraction accuracy leadership role by working closely with major IC and
system companies using the most modern process technologies available.
Through these relationships, the company has applied it 3D extraction
expertise to provide a family of critical net design tools, signal integrity
analysis tools, and RF component design tools.
RF/analog designers also have available RF-PASS[TM],
a passive component analysis tool which ensures the most accurate models for
on-chip resistors, capacitors, coil transformers and wind up/down inductors.
For additional information call (408) 778-6747, or visit OEA online at
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