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Digital IC Flow Wiki

Full Flow Mixed-signal IC Solution

Tanner EDA, by Mentor Graphics, delivers an unrivaled full flow mixed-signal tool suite, HiPer Silicon AMS™ the industry’s leading full flow mixed-signal solution provides a seamless and efficient solution for today’s IC design teams. HiPer Silicon AMS consists of highly-integrated front end and back end tools, from schematic capture, mixed-signal simulation, layout, synthesis, place and route, to physical and functional verification. HiPer Silicon AMS is used by over 5000 engineers for analog, mixed-signal ICs, ASICs and MEMS devices. Many customers have used Tanner EDA tools, across many industry and application areas, such as: Power Management, Image Sensors, Biomedical, Military, Aerospace, Space, Defense, Consumer Electronics, Sensors, and new emerging segments like Internet of Things (IoT).

  • Complete, full-flow analog and mixed-signal IC design suite
  • OpenAccess, LEF/DEF, Liberty™ and SDF support
  • Simulate combined netlists: behavioral models, block level RTL/gate and transistor level blocks
  • Debugging and advanced verification with System Verilog, Verilog®, Verilog-AMS, Verilog-A and VHDL
  • Top-down mixed-signal co-simulation
  • Proven, compatible synthesis with DFT support
  • High-speed timing analysis
  • All-angle layout editor with interactive/real-time DRC
  • Hierarchical DRC and netlist extraction with Calibre® compatibility
  • Productive place & route for mixed-signal design
  • RTL to GDSII flow with PDK support
  • Platform independence on Windows® or Linux®
  • Ease of use: Intuitive and quick learning curve
  • Unparalleled customer support
  • Flexible licensing

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