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    Siemens acquires Austemper Design Systems for breakthrough IC functional safety

    More consolidation and just in time for DAC:

    - Acquisition strengthens Mentor integrated circuit (IC) design and verification technology for automotive, enhances ISO 26262 functional safety testing via Siemens' digital twin offering[/FONT][/COLOR]
    - Innovative technology performs fault simulation at orders of magnitude faster than competing solutions
    - Acquisition builds upon Siemens' digitalization strategy and investments in the IC market, enabling customers to realize innovation

    Siemens acquires Austemper Design Systems for breakthrough IC functional safety technology

    More to come for sure....

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    That was fast. Shows that there are still exit opportunities for EDA entrepreneurs IF they develop products in hot areas.

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