By Mattan Kamon
After some lively conversations with the top researchers in MEMS acoustic resonators during the 2014 Sensors and Actuators Workshop (familiarly known to the MEMS community as “Hilton Head”) we were motivated to develop a simulation solution that would better serve these researchers as well as commercial designers. With the recent release of CoventorWare 10, we introduced a new fast analysis capability for acoustic resonators that is unique in the industry and I’m excited to blog about it here.
Visit Coventor at booth #3310
The Design Automation Conference (DAC) is recognized as the premier conference for design and automation of electronic systems. DAC offers outstanding training, education, exhibits and superb networking opportunities for designers, researchers, tool developers and vendors. https://dac.com/
DAC 2015 is in full swing in San Francisco this week, and Coventor is there again. But this year, we’re also doing a special joint demonstration with Silicon Cloud International. This demonstration combines the power of Coventor’s SEMulator3D Virtual Fabrication platform with broad parallel computing offered by Silicon Cloud to produce a whole new capability that we call “3D Design-Technology Checking” or 3D-DTC for short (not DRC!).
Former Intel & ASML Executive with Chip Design, EDA, DFM and Lithography Experience will Help Coventor Grow its Existing Customer Base and Reach New Markets
Coventor appoints Mr. Dinesh Bettadapur as vice president of business development
CARY, North Carolina – June 8, 2015 – Coventor®, Inc., the leading supplier of virtual fabrication solutions for semiconductor devices and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), today announced the appointment of Mr. Dinesh Bettadapur as vice president of business development. Bettadapur joins the Coventor executive team and will help expand the company’s leadership across the semiconductor value chain with a special focus on the capital equipment market.
by Pawan Fangaria
Shanghai Industrial µTechnology Research Institute
When it comes to wearable technology and the rapidly emerging world of IoT, sensors and MEMS are on the frontlines. They collect and transfer raw data such as pressure, temperature and motion and process it with algorithms critical to making sure the right information gets to humans and/or machines so the right reaction is enabled. In less than a decade, there is expected to be approximately 1 trillion sensors deployed worldwide – yet the MEMS market is fragmented and there is as yet no standard process in place for MEMS development. Change is needed; a standard approach for MEMS design and manufacturing needs to evolve in order to sustain the massive growth prospects ahead.
The significance of MEMS has not gone unnoticed, especially by Chinese companies who are eager to jump into this rapidly growing market. At the intersection of MEMS and China sits a company called SITRI, who is announcing a partnership with MEMS tool leader, Coventor.
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- SITRI to represent Coventor in China and provide training and support for all Coventor MEMS products
- Expands SITRI’s global ecosystem to accelerate the commercialization of IoT products
Cary, North Carolina and Shanghai, China –– May 18, 2015 — SITRI, the innovation center for accelerating the development and commercialization of “More than Moore” solutions to power the Internet of Things, and Coventor Inc., a leader in automated solutions for developing semiconductor process technology and advanced MEMS devices, announced today they have signed an agreement making SITRI the first organization to provide representation, training and support for Coventor MEMS products within China.
David M. Fried
This is my favorite part of the year at Coventor: We’re about to do another MAJOR release of SEMulator3D. Developers are sprinting to the finish line, customers are clamoring for the newest features. I’d like to start talking about the new features of SEMulator3D 5.0, but one blog certainly won’t cover it all. Let’s get started, and we’ll do this as many times as we need to get it all written down.
Coventor will moderate a panel session titled: “2020 Vision: An Ap Store for MEMS IP”
MEMS Technical Congress is focused on discussing critical MEMS and sensors supply chain challenges. It brings together foundries, equipment vendors, research groups, large companies, start-ups, buyers, suppliers, and other stakeholders for solutions knowledge, networking and resources to support imminent MEMS and sensors commercialization needs.