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September 1, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Century Research Centre has signed up to distribute packages for designing and analysing semiconductor circuits from two US companies: CAP FAST from Phase Three Logic of Oregon is claimed to reduce circuit diagram input time to a quarter of what it takes without the program and runs on an AT-alike at $2,600; and I-GSPICE from AB Associates Inc of Florida is designed for mixed analysis of analogue and digital circuits; the latter is already in use at the US National Aeronautics & Space Administration and ITT Corp, and runs on everything from a Cray Research supercomputer to a DEC VAX mini and Apollo Computer workstations; Century Research aims to provide a wide range of computer-aided engineering products – so it might be worth contacting for anyone with an interesting product; it already sells its own CDRC design rule checker, the Suprem process simulation program from Stanford University and Sample from the University of California at Berkeley.

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