12 Feb '18, 6am

has Launched the Pegasus Verification System, a Massively Parallel Physical Signoff Solution

Delivers up to 10X improved performance across hundreds of CPUs for full-chip DRC signoff using foundry-certified rule decks to achieve 100 percent accurate results Demonstrated near-linear scalability on up to 960 CPUs, reducing DRC signoff turnaround time from days to hours Provides a flexible and elastic cloud-ready platform enabling customers to achieve aggressive time-to-market deadlines Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS) today announced the Pegasus™ Verification System, a massively parallel, cloud-ready physical verification signoff solution that enables engineers to deliver advanced-node ICs to market faster. The new solution is part of the full-flow Cadence® digital design and signoff suite and provides up to 10X faster design rule check (DRC) performance on hundreds of CPUs while also reducing turnaround time from days to hours versus the previous-generat...

Full article: https://www.cadence.com/content/cadence-www/global/en_US/...

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