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Siemens’ mPower solution achieves analogue IC certification

Siemens Digital Industries Software's mPower solution for power integrity analysis of analogue, digital and mixed-signal integrated circuit (IC) designs has been certified for Tower Semiconductor’s SBC13 and SBC18 process technologies.

The mPower software is currently the only IC power integrity verification solution to provide virtually unlimited scalability for analogue, digital, and mixed signal ICs, enabling comprehensive power, electromigration (EM) and voltage drop (IR) analysis, even for the largest IC designs.

“Siemens is proud that Tower Semiconductor, an industry leader in analogue technologies, has now certified mPower for its SBC13 and SBC18 process offerings,” said Joseph Davis, senior director of mPower product management. “This joint work by Tower Semiconductor and Siemens can help mutual customers conduct EM/IR analysis more accurately and quickly, resulting in faster time to market and higher quality end-devices.”

Using mPower technology, IC designers will be able to quickly and thoroughly verify that their mixed-signal and analogue IC designs meet power-related design goals -- capabilities that can help IC customers dramatically boost quality, enhance reliability and speed time to market.

Neil Tyler

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