Presentations at Sensors Expo, Hilton Head 2010 and DAC showcase MEMS+IC solution
CARY, North Carolina – May 25, 2010 – Coventor, Inc. (www.coventor.com), will be promoting its industry-leading suite of MEMS design tools and its “MEMS for the Mainstream” message at three key industry events in June. The company’s solution revolves around its MEMS+® product line, a full-featured MEMS design platform that is specifically designed to integrate with traditional analog and mixed-signal IC design methodologies and tools, and shield designers from the complexity of MEMS design.
Coventor is the leading supplier of solutions for developing micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). Its recently introduced MEMS+ platform integrates MEMS-based design approaches with traditional IC design flows facilitating the development of MEMS-enabled products.
The company will showcase its MEMS+® platform at the following events
Symposium: Think outside the chip: MEMS-based systems solutions
“Blending MEMS into IC design flows” (June 7, 2:20PM)
Hilton Head 2010: A Solid-State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems Workshop
“A Novel Approach to MEMS/IC Co-design and Co-simulation”
Product demonstrations throughout event. Poster Session at event
47thAnnual Design Automation Conference:
MEMS+® product demonstrations in suite #269 in main exhibit area
Co-host of “Birds of a Feather” meeting on MEMS (Tuesday, June 15, 6PM)
WHEN & WHERE
Sensors Expo: June 7-9, 2010; Stephens Convention Center Chicago, Ill.
Hilton Head 2010: June 6-10, 2010, Crown Plaza Resort, Hilton Head, SC
Design Automation Conference: June 13- 16, 2010; Convention Center, Anaheim Calif.
Coventor, Inc. is a market leader in automated design solutions for micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). Its software tool suite and expertise in MEMS design address the challenges of integrating these devices into the growing number of products – from smart phones to video games to home entertainment systems – that are adopting MEMS-enabled capabilities. Coventor’s solutions specifically offer designers of traditional digital and mixed-signal ICs, ASICs and SOCs a way to efficiently integrate MEMS into their design methodology without having to be experts in mechanical design. Its MEMS+® design platform works seamlessly with popular electronic design automation (EDA) flows and tools, reducing the complexity and risk of adopting MEMS. The company is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina and has offices in San Mateo, Calif., Cambridge, Mass, and Paris. More information is available at http://www.coventor.com.
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