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SANTA CLARA, Calif.,
May 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NanGate, Inc. today announced its "50-50 campaign." Throughout June and July and in celebration of DAC 50
th anniversary, NanGate will be offering 50 licenses of its Library Characterizer™ product for
USD 50K for the first year. The offer applies to new customers as well as to existing customers that do not yet license the library characterization solution. The package also includes 50 licenses of NanSpice™, the company's internal SPICE simulator. Interface to all major third party SPICE simulators is also available.
"NanGate's Library Characterizer™ focuses on performance, accuracy and ease of use," said
Jens Michelsen, COO at NanGate. "It has all the essential features found among the top library characterization solutions in the market. This is not a downgraded or restricted version. The 50 licenses included in the package enable customers to perform full library characterizations in several corners overnight. Additionally, the tool is tightly integrated with our library verification platform, providing an easy and quick mechanism to fine tune the characterization setup and achieve accurate and reliable results."
"NanGate has a world class solution that can be offered at a very competitive price," said
Alexandre Toniolo, VP of Business Development at NanGate. "Our library characterization tool is used by major fabless companies and foundries. By offering an affordable entry level package we also allow small companies using library IPs from 3
rd party vendors to perform their own characterization in house. The interface with our library validation tools allows engineers with or without experience in standard cell library characterization to quickly achieve accurate results."
The campaign will be valid for evaluations starting until end of July. Other special conditions will apply to multi-year agreements.