Tanner launches new software for MEMS

May 15, 2003 — Tanner EDA, a California-based maker of integrated circuit design tools, has launched the latest version of its L-Edit Pro with several features dedicated to MEMS and microsystems design.

L-Edit Pro 10, which runs on Windows, has new features to increase design verification speed and analyze all-angle geometry before fabrication. It also enables users to drill down to a specific object for editing and offers improved dimension displays and multilanguage menu options, the company said.

Tanner EDA, a division of Tanner Research Inc., said MEMS accounts for about a third of its business. The unit sold its MEMSPro advanced analysis software to MEMSCAP SA, which just released the fourth version. Tanner has a joint sales and marketing deal with MEMSCAP, a France and Silicon Valley-based MEMS designer and manufacturer.


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