Students will turn ideas into MEMS products
CARY, NC (November 1, 2009) – Coventor, Inc., the leading developer of MEMS design-automation software and the Microwave Laboratory at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), have installed research and class room licenses of the CoventorWareTM MEMS design platform. Under a National Program on MEMS, Dr. K.J. Vinoy has built complete MEMS design environment to enhance his research.
“The use of Coventor tools in the IICs MEMS research under a national program on MEMS, will help push MEMS technology to products and to specific field applications, which is our primary goal.” Said Dr. K.J. Vinoy. “Coventor tools will help our designers turn their ideas into products and do so in the most expeditious way.”
“Coventor is very pleased that the Microwave Laboratory at IISc has joined many other universities in teaching their students with commercial grade design software” said Benjamin Blackwell, Director of Asia Pacific Sales.
Coventor, Inc. is a MEMS design automation company that provides a comprehensive suite of software tools for the development of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). Coventor’s industry-leading products give its customers an advantage in bringing MEMS-based products to market quickly while reducing costs and controlling risk. Coventor is a privately held company headquartered in Cary NC with offices in Cambridge, MA and San Mateo, CA. The European headquarters is in Paris, France. Coventor also serves Asia Pacific through regional distributors. More information is available at http://www.coventor.com.