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iSLI and Cadence to support entrepreneurs

Scotland’s Institute for System Level Integration (iSLI) has announced an agreement with Cadence which, it believes, will help new businesses by giving them easy access to chip design software and methodology services. The move is intended to help companies who may not have the necessary finance or resources, to accelerate their product development processes.

“This joint collaboration is a natural step in the growth of iSLI as a centre of excellence for electronic design,” commented Tony Harker, iSLI’s ceo (pictured). “The agreement with Cadence will help companies to commercialise ideas faster.”
Sean Redmond, VP EMEA for Cadence, added: “Collaboration with iSLI is a perfect milestone for us to support entrepreneurs with an easy access to our tools, services and design chain partners.”

Graham Pitcher

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