Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today launched the Agilent EEsof EDA Student License Program, designed to provide access to
Agilent EEsof EDA software
on students’ personal computers.
With the license, students no longer have to use university lab computers or log in to a university system to access Agilent EEsof software via Agilent EEsof license servers. Instead, students can now access Agilent EEsof software anyplace, anytime on their own computers. Agilent EEsof software available through the licensing program includes
Advanced Design System (ADS)
Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro),
The licensing program is open to students attending universities that participate in the Agilent EEsof EDA University Educational Support Program. Students can request a license by completing the Student Codeword Request form at
. Issued licenses will be the same as those actively supported for the student’s university. If the university has a supported ADS university donation package, for example, students will receive ADS licenses. All licenses are valid for 12 months and are for educational purposes only. They cannot be used for commercial purposes.
These licenses are only being offered in the Americas, Europe (excluding Russia) and Japan. Specifics about program requirements are available at
. Interested parties may also contact a local Agilent EEsof field engineer or Agilent EEsof’s university program manager at
Agilent EEsof EDA University Education Support Program
The new Student License Program is part of Agilent EEsof’s University Educational Support Program, which offers full versions of Agilent EEsof software to qualified academic institutions for instructional use. This software, the same as used in industry, creates a full RF-EDA experience to help students develop skills that will serve them throughout their careers. A working knowledge of Agilent EEsof’s design tool capabilities allows students to enter the workforce with skills valued by industry-leading employers. Additionally, the software enables professors to encourage student creativity and students to capture and present that creativity in a form that’s recognized and trusted in conference papers, presentation and proposals.