In May, ClioSoft and Agilent announced that Agilent’s Advanced Design System (ADS) was now integrated with ClioSoft’s SOS Design Data Management. I interviewed Greg Peterschmidt of Agilent at that time. The information page for the combined product, known as SOS viaADS is here.
Next week ClioSoft is presenting a webinar to help users of Agilent’s ADS with version control and enterprise-wide design data management. The webinar will introduce and demonstrate ClioSoft’s SOS viaADS, a new product resulting from a joint development effort between ClioSoft and Agilent Technologies. The webinar will be presented by Karim Khalfan, Technical Marketing Engineer of ClioSoft.
The webinar is on Wednesday June 26th at 10am Pacific Time. It is targeted to RF, microwave and high-speed digital design engineers who use ADS (or are thinking of doing so) and their supporting CAD engineers and managers.
Topics to be covered in the webinar.
- Design management (DM) features to be covered include:
- Version control of libraries, cells and views
- Auto check-out and check-in when a view is edited
- Check-out locks to prevent concurrent changes
- Easy rollback to previous revisions
- Data management operations for an entire design hierarchy
- Multi-site global collaboration
Register for the webinar here.
ClioSoft is the premier developer of hardware configuration management (HCM) solutions. The company’s SOS™ Design Collaboration platform is built from the ground up to handle the requirements of hardware design flows. The SOS platform provides a sophisticated multi-site development environment that enables global team collaboration, design and IP reuse, and efficient management of design data from concept through tape-out. Custom engineered adaptors seamlessly integrate SOS with leading design flows – Cadence’s Virtuoso® Custom IC, Synopsys’ Galaxy Custom Designer, Mentor’s IC flows, and SpringSoft’s Laker™ Custom Layout Automation System. ClioSoft’s innovative Universal DM Adaptor technology “future proofs” data management needs by ensuring that data from any flow can be meaningfully managed. The Visual Design Diff (VDD) engine enables designers to easily identify changes between two versions of a schematic or layout by graphically highlighting the differences directly in the editors.
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