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What's Good About Customer Support AppNotes? They Will Increase Your Productivity!

Comments(0)Filed under: PCB Layout and routing, PCB design, Allegro PCB Editor, OrCAD PCB Editor, Allegro, PCB Editor, Online Support, PCB, layout, design, SPB16.5, Allegro 16.5, applications, 16.5, application note, Allegro performance, customer support, Appnotes

Our Silicon Package Board (SPB) Customer Support team has initiated a new blog series promoting specific Application Notes (AppNotes) that we believe will help our customers increase their productivity in using our solutions, flows, and products.

Our Customer Support team will review new and existing Cadence Online Support published AppNotes on a periodic basis and select the “Best of the Best” for those we believe will have a large positive impact in assisting how our customers work Cadence SPB solutions. The goal is to publish a blog entry on average each month with a new AppNote for a specific SPB product area.

The first blog posted is - Customer Support Recommended – Appnote on Increasing performance in Allegro PCB Editor

Please let us know how helpful the AppNotes are by replying to each blog as it’s posted.


Jerry “GenPart” Grzenia

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