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Another Cloud Offering

Analog tool vendor Symica has announced that it will provide cloud access to its tools, starting with SymSpice. They’re using Nefelus, a company that appears to be building cloud infrastructure specifically for the semiconductor design market.

This is all in beta right now, so it’s still kind of quiet and mysterious. I contacted Nefelus to see what the timing is for coming out of beta. He describes SymSpice as a critical piece for determining the readiness for launch. They are anticipating moving out of beta in the fall.

Yet another EDA tool floating off the ground into the troposphere…

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