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June 4, 2012

Spectral Design & Test unveils MemoryTime

The new tool provides a model generation and characterisation capability targeted for memory designs

By CBR Staff Writer

Semiconductor design point application provider Spectral Design & Test has released a new memory design modeling, analysis & characterisation application, MemoryTime.

The new application ties behavioral models to final timing databases and enables a enhanced quality view generation for timing power and noise analysis, the company said.

MemoryTime is an EDA tool that provides a model generation and characterisation capability targeted for memory designs.

The new application provides bitcell analysis, device sizing, design margin calculations and final design characterisation in one concise database and eliminates the need to write scripts and manually create analysis data and timing data for industry standard EDA tools.

The new EDA tool is built on C++ with a tcl interface to help designers customise measurements and output EDA views etc.

It also supports full complex memory compiler based characterisation including an accurate estimation engine from a pre-characterised database.

The first release of the software is released on a RedHat Linux 5.X platform. MemoryTime is a companion tool to MemoryCanvas, a physical tiling engine.

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