• Joint development team leverages SEMulator3D to explore semiconductor process variation issues at unprecedented levels
• Collaboration team has conducted a massive computer modeling simulation of a million
wafers to explore process variability in 7nm BEOL semiconductor fabrication
• The extending collaboration aims to further advance the availability, yield and cost of
manufacturing processes for the next generation of 7 nm semiconductor products
Leuven, Belgium & Cary, North Carolina, United States – December 7, 2015 – Imec, a
world-leading nanoelectronics research center and Coventor, a leading supplier of semiconductor process development tools, today announced the expansion of a joint development project to explore process variation issues in 7nm semiconductor technology. read more…
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Newest Version of Industry-Leading MEMS Design Tool Accelerates Development of Customized, Highly Integrated Sensors for the Internet of Things
CARY, NC– October 5, 2015 – Coventor®, Inc., the leading supplier of MEMS design automation solutions, today announced the immediate availability of MEMS+® 6.0, the latest version of its industry-leading MEMS design platform. MEMS+ 6.0 is a significant advance toward a MEMS design automation flow that complements the well-established CMOS design flow, enabling faster integration of MEMS with electronics and packaging. MEMS+ 6.0 features new enablement of MEMS process design kits (PDKs) and second-generation model reduction capabilities. read more…
New Version of Virtual Fabrication Platform Addresses More Demanding Process Challenges and Provides Usability and Performance Enhancements
CARY, NC– June 30, 2015 – Coventor®, Inc., the leading supplier of virtual fabrication solutions for semiconductor devices and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), today announced the immediate availability of SEMulator3D® 5.0 – the newest version of its core Virtual Fabrication software platform. Version 5.0 of SEMulator3D adds support for new process capabilities and is re-architected for a more streamlined learning, deployment and modeling process.
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.
- 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.
SEMulator3D’s virtual fabrication capabilities ideally positioned to help region’s IC ecosystem streamline technology development schedules and manufacturing costs
CARY, North Carolina – April 22, 2015 – Coventor®, Inc., the leading supplier of virtual fabrication solutions for semiconductor devices and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), today announced that it has opened an office near Hsinchu Science Park in Taiwan to better serve its growing Taiwan customer base. The move underscores the importance of the company’s SEMulator3D platform for predictive modeling, an approach that changes the way advanced semiconductor technologies are developed by foundries, IDM’s and memory manufacturers. With Taiwan being home to many leading companies in the semiconductor industry, Coventor sees the region as a key area of growth and expansion for the company and its virtual fabrication solution. Coventor is staffing the office with local business and technical experts to work closely with its existing customer base and leverage new opportunities for SEMulator3D, its virtual fabrication platform.
Imec researchers using Coventor’s SEMulator3D platform to model and optimize 7nm manufacturing technology
LEUVEN, Belgium & CARY, North Carolina – October 28, 2014 – Belgian nanoelectronics research center imec has announced a joint development project with Coventor, a leading supplier of semiconductor process development tools. The collaboration will enable faster and more optimized development of advanced manufacturing technology in the 3D device architecture era, extending down to imec’s 10- and 7-nanometer (nm) processes.
MEMS+ 5.0 features expanded library of device structures; enhanced model export capability improves speed and visualization for MEMS + IC design
CARY, North Carolina – September 8, 2014 – Coventor®, Inc., the leading supplier of design automation software for micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), today announced immediate availability of the latest version of its MEMS+® design solution for accelerating development of advanced MEMS devices and systems. MEMS+ 5.0 features an expanded modeling library to enable simulation of a greater variety of devices, with a particular focus on the unique challenges of micro-mirrors and piezo-electric devices. It also adds a new capability to create and export reduced-order models (ROMs) to the MATLAB® Simulink® environment from The MathWorks, Inc. to enable extremely fast and accurate non-linear simulations of MEMS-based systems. This supplements the existing capability to export ROMs in Verilog-A format for simulations of MEMS with electronics in widely used EDA simulators such as the Cadence® Spectre® circuit simulator.