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(June 21, 2006) SANTA CLARA, CA — Flomerics, a provider of computational fluid dynamics software for thermal design, and Gradient Design Automation, a full-chip thermal analysis company for digital and mixed-signal ICs, announced their partnership to co-develop software for the IC market that will allow chip designers to avoid temperature-induced electrical issues at the chip level and consider the effect of the package, as well as the chip environment. Flomerics will initially offer the product to a select group of their customers, hoping to expand the program and develop other long term collaborations. Gradient also expects to seek out more collaborative programs if the thermal integration goes successfully.