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What's New With Virtuoso?

Comments(0)Filed under: Floorplanning, Custom IC Design, Virtuoso, RF Design, Virtuoso IC 6.1.3, MMSIM

If you were wondering what's new with Virtuoso you may want to check out the latest webinars we offered this fall. The IC6.1 Virtuoso Platform, proven through silicon, enables you to "mind those gaps" by delivering customer proven productivity, product quality and schedule predictability improvements. 

To learn about the latest release of the industry's leading and most comprehensive solution for custom & analog mixed-signal IC design, we’ve posted our fall series of IC6.1 Virtuoso design, verification and implementation webinars online.  All you need is a SourceLink account and you can catch up on all the new benefits available to you by using this release.   Not sure how to get a SourceLink account? Contact your local Cadence office - we’ll be happy to help.  Click here to view the webinars.  

We'll be continuing our series of IC6.1 Virtuoso Platform webinars into next year, offering focused informative webinars that will help you use the IC6.1 Virtuoso Platform more effectively. 

If there is a particular topic of interest you would like us to cover, please let me know.

Hasta Pronto-

Deana

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