SANTA CLARA, USA: Berkeley Design Automation Inc., provider of the Analog FastSPICE unified circuit verification platform (AFS Platform), has announced that Technology Leaders & Innovators (TLi), a leading fabless developer of display semiconductor products, has selected the AFS Platform for full-circuit verification and device noise analysis of its complex mixed-signal ICs for display applications.
"Our timing controllers and LCD drivers require full-circuit verification at the transistor-level and device noise analysis with nanometer SPICE accuracy," said Dr. Soonwon Hong, Vice President of TLi. "We selected the AFS Platform because it delivers identical results as traditional SPICE 5x-10x faster without tuning and it provides nanometer SPICE accurate transient noise analysis of our complex mixed-signal designs."
The Analog FastSPICE Platform is the industry’s only unified circuit verification platform for analog, mixed-signal, and RF design. It always delivers nanometer SPICE accurate results, while providing 5x-20x higher performance than traditional SPICE, >10 million-element capacity, and the industry’s only comprehensive device noise analysis.
The AFS Platform is a single executable that uses advanced algorithms and numerical analysis to rapidly solve the full-circuit matrix and original device equations without any shortcuts. It includes licenses for AFS Nano SPICE simulation, AFS circuit simulation, AFS Co-Simulation, AFS Transient Noise Analysis, and AFS RF Analysis.
"We are honored that TLi, a leading developer of display semiconductor products, has selected the Analog FastSPICE Platform for design verification and device noise analysis of their complex mixed-signal designs," said Ravi Subramanian, president and CEO of Berkeley Design Automation. "TLi's selection of the AFS Platform further demonstrates the unique technology capabilities that Berkeley Design Automation brings to leading semiconductor design companies.”