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GLOBAL MEMS DESIGN CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED

GLOBAL MEMS DESIGN CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED

Team from ESIEE Paris and Sorbonne University Awarded Grand Prize for Innovative use of MEMS and Mixed-Signal Design in 3D Vibration Energy Harvester Project

Munich, Germany, May 9, 2018— Cadence Design Systems, Coventor, X-FAB and Reutlingen University announced the grand prize winner of the Global MEMS Design Contest 2018 at CDNLive EMEA 2018, the Cadence® annual user conference. A team from ESIEE Paris and Sorbonne University received the grand prize award for designing an innovative MEMS-based energy harvesting product using electrostatic transduction. Energy harvesting products can be used in implantable medical devices and other portable electronics that need to operate without an external power source.

The winning team received a $5,000 cash prize along with a complimentary one-year license of CoventorMP™ MEMS design software. In addition, X-FAB will fabricate the team’s winning design using the X-FAB XMB10 MEMS manufacturing process.

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Coventor Adds Device Analysis Capabilities to SEMulator3D 7.0

New in SEMulator3D 7.0:  Powerful new process and device simulation capabilities

 

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 Coventor Adds Device Analysis Capabilities to SEMulator3D 7.0

New Features Enable SEMulator3D Version 7.0 to Address Both Process Modeling and Device Analysis for Better Insight into Advanced Semiconductor Technology Development

CARY, NC– February 28, 2018 – February 26, 2018 – Coventor, Inc., a Lam Research Company, the leading supplier of design automation solutions for semiconductor devices and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), today announced the availability of SEMulator3D® 7.0 – the newest version of its semiconductor virtual fabrication platform. With added features, performance improvements, and a new Device Analysis capability, SEMulator3D 7.0 addresses both process and device simulation while lowering the barriers to advanced semiconductor technology development.  The new Device Analysis capability enables seamless understanding of how process changes, process variability, and integration schemes directly impact transistor device performance.   read more…

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SEMulator3D Honored as UBM ACE Award Finalist

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SEMulator3D Honored as UBM ACE Award Finalist

Coventor’s Virtual Fabrication Platform Recognized for Significantly Improving Electronics Manufacturing

CARY, NC– November 17, 2017 – Coventor®, Inc. a Lam Research Company and leading supplier of virtual fabrication solutions for semiconductor and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) devices, today announced its 3D virtual fabrication platform, SEMulator3D®, has been named a finalist in UBM’s annual ACE Awards competition.

The ACE (Annual Creativity in Electronics) Awards, in partnership with EE Times and EDN, showcase the best of the best in today’s electronics industry, including the hottest new products, start-up companies, design teams, executives, and more. ACE finalists and winners are hand selected by a panel of EE Times and EDN editors as well as independent judges from the across the industry. read more…

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Lam Research Completes Acquisition of Coventor, a Leader in Simulation and Modeling Solutions

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Lam Research Completes Acquisition of Coventor, a Leader in Simulation and Modeling Solutions

FREMONT, CA — (Marketwired) – 8/31/17 – Lam Research Corporation (Nasdaq:LRCX), a global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Coventor, Inc., a leading provider of simulation and modeling solutions for semiconductor process technology, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), and the Internet of Things (IoT). The combination of Lam and Coventor supports Lam’s advanced process control vision and is expected to accelerate process integration simulation to increase the value of virtual processing, further enabling chipmakers to address some of their most significant technical challenges. read more…

Coventor Announces SEMulator3D 6.1 and New Analytics Capabilities

Coventor’s Virtual Fabrication Platform Provides Statistical Insight into Process Variation Challenges

For Immediate Release:  June 22, 2017
For more information, contact:  Toni Sottak, (408) 876-4418, toni@wiredislandpr.com

Image: New in SEMulator3D 6.1, the Analytics module provides statistical insight into semiconductor process variation

CARY, NC– June 22, 2016 – Coventor®, Inc., the leading supplier of automated software solutions for semiconductor devices and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), today announced the availability of SEMulator3D® 6.1 – the latest version of its semiconductor virtual fabrication platform.   This new version further increases the accuracy of the process simulation, geometry and modeling of advanced semiconductor processes with new features and usability enhancements.  Along with SEMulator3D Version 6.1, Coventor is releasing an all-new SEMulator3D Analytics add-on component that automates statistical analysis of process variation directly from within the SEMulator3D process-predictive platform. read more…

Coventor Launches CoventorMP 1.0, a New Unified Environment for Designing MEMS for IoT Devices

Coventor’s advanced design platform provides seamless MEMS/IoT design and integration

CARY, NC– May 10, 2017 – Coventor®, Inc., the global market leader in design automation solutions for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and virtual fabrication of MEMS and semiconductor devices, today announced the immediate availability of CoventorMP® 1.0, a new unified MEMS design platform. CoventorMP 1.0 combines the complementary strengths of Coventor’s industry-leading software tools for MEMS design, CoventorWare® and MEMS+®, into a single powerful environment for MEMS design automation. The new platform provides a cohesive environment where designs can be entered once and used to create conventional finite element models (CoventorWare) and compact finite element models (MEMS+). CoventorMP 1.0, which includes enhanced versions of CoventorWare (Version 10.2) and MEMS+ (Version 6.2), provides a seamless path for integrating MEMS sensors and actuators into System-in-Package (SiP) components targeted at Internet of Things (IoT) devices. read more…

AIM Photonics Welcomes Coventor as Newest Member

 

 

 

 

For Immediate Release: March 16, 2017

Contact:
Laura Magee (ESD) | laura.magee@esd.ny.gov | (716) 846-8239 | (800) 260-7313
ESD Press Office | PressOffice@esd.ny.gov | (800) 260-7313
Steve Ference (AIM) | sference@sunypoly.edu | 518-956-7319

CUS-Backed Initiative Taps Process Modeling Specialist to Enable Manufacturing of High-Yield, High-Performance Integrated Photonic Designs

Today’s Announcement Builds On Progress Of Finger Lakes Forward, The Region’s Award-Winning Strategic Plan To Generate Robust Economic Growth And Community Development

ROCHESTER, NY and CARY, NCThe American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics), a public-private partnership advancing the nation’s photonics manufacturing capabilities, and Coventor®, Inc., a semiconductor process modeling software company, today announced Coventor as the newest member of AIM Photonics. Coventor will provide access to its unique, physics-driven 3D modeling technology to improve the performance and manufacturability of complex, integrated photonic designs. read more…

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And They’re Off…. Worldwide MEMS Design Contest Officially Starts

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Cadence, X-FAB, Coventor and Reutlingen University Select 10 Design Teams as Semi-Finalists

Cary, NC, March 15, 2017Cadence Design Systems, Coventor, X-FAB and Reutlingen University – joint sponsors of the worldwide MEMS Design Contest – today announced the commencement of the design phase of the contest with the selection of ten semi-finalist teams who will compete for the top prize. The contest was created to highlight and encourage the development of innovative MEMS and mixed-signal designs projects. Contest organizers carefully evaluated submissions from all over the world and selected the ten most innovative ideas to be further explored and developed during the design stage of the contest. Submissions ranged from teams of two to nine, addressing areas such as surgical robots, energy harvesting and automotive Heads Up Display (HUD) applications. read more…