Tanner adds new Spice to software design

June 3, 2003 — Tanner EDA, a California-based maker of integrated circuit design tools, has launched the latest version of its T-Spice Pro software for MEMS, and integrated circuit designs, according to a news release.

T-Spice Pro 9 features several enhancements to boost the precision and speed of simulation and analysis. New options include displays providing detailed information for devices in the circuit as well as the circuits themselves; refinements include advanced numerical techniques for quick simulations and precise circuit behavior characterization, the release said.

Tanner last month launched a new version of its L-Edit Pro, with several features dedicated to MEMS and microsystems design. Tanner is a division of Tanner Research Inc.


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