Agilent’s Advanced Design Product is a business-leading high-frequency, high-speed electronic design automation software platform. Recent releases from the software include breakthrough signal integrity abilities, like the inclusion of serializer/deserializer (SERDES)/Verilog analog mixed-signal co-simulation for today’s most satisfactory signal integrity design flow for serial links.
“The finest pleasure within my job is seeing customers like Inphi being effective with this tools,” stated Colin Warwick, product marketing manager with Agilent’s EEsof EDA division. “We work very difficult to result in the products appropriate towards the task so that as accurate as you possibly can. It’s very gratifying to really begin to see the simulation and measurements overlay with your precision.”
Inphi is really a leading provider of memory interface chips. The Memory Interface Logic nick includes a phase-locked loop, decode logic and buffer logic running at 1.6Gbps/pin inside a 176 BGA package, and it is used in the DDR3-1600 Registered Dual In-Line Memory Module (RDIMM). The nick functions being an interface between your host controller, typically a micro-processor from Apple or AMD, and also the Dynamic Ram (DRAM) chips within the module. Consequently, the modules are utilized inside high-finish servers for the net along with other data-communications and knowledge-processing systems.