Coventor Touts Unified MEMS Platform

By R. Colin Johnson

LAKE WALES, Fla. — Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) chips cannot be virtually fabricated using conventional electronic design automation (EDA) tools because their three-dimensional structures cannot be represented well there. Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools are closer to the mark, but usually work on millimeter- instead of micron-size scales.

To bridge the gap, Coventor Inc. (Cary, North Carolina) has created its Coventor and MEMS+ tools, which have now been merged into a single unified platform perfect for Internet of Things (IoT) makers, according to Steve Breit, vice president of MEMS business for Coventor.

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