ID-Xplore™ Evaluation through CMP

INTENTO DESIGN and CMP Make Evaluation of ID-Xplore™ Tool Available through CMP

Agreement gives CMP users a remote or on site access to for evaluation of Intento Design ID-Xplore™ Analog Design Exploration Tool


Grenoble, France – November 21st, 2018 – INTENTO DESIGN and Circuits-Multi-Projects (CMP), a French company that serves universities, research laboratories and small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) for the manufacturing and packaging of integrated circuits, today announced an agreement offering users to evaluate Intento Design ID-Xplore™ tool either through a remote access to CMP or interactively, on site in Grenoble.

Based in Grenoble, France, CMP focuses on brokering Integrated Circuits (ICs), Photonic ICs and Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS). CMP’s proven expertise has served incubated, startup, and SME companies and academic institutions worldwide. Access to fabrication and packaging of designs using the latest process technologies available for production, as well as the different state of the art technologies offered by CMP, is covered under terms of agreements.

ID-Xplore™, developed by Intento Design, empowers Analog and Mixed-Signal Designers with unique fast-exploration capabilities to create a highly performant sized schematics in minutes.

“There is a great interest in designing ICs using the ID-Xplore™ tool. CMP will serve as a gateway interface to benchmark analog design exploration on the top chip manufacturers design environments, said Jean-Christophe Crébier, Director of CMP. Entering into partnership with an EDA software company like Intento Design, along with the technology providers and the universities, is a win-win situation for all parties involved.”

Evaluation of ID-Xplore™ in remote mode will be available for institutions which have Cadence IC running on their systems and at least one of the CMP-distributed design kits. On-site interactive evaluation sessions will be organized locally in Grenoble.

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  CMP-Intento-Design PR Nov-18


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