The Cadence brand identity is an important asset of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. Everyone—including Cadence employees, contractors, suppliers, distributors, consultants, developers, and those with no relationship with Cadence—is responsible for the correct usage of Cadence trademarks. The following rules will help you to use the Cadence trademarks correctly and consistently. Please read the following in its entirety and be sure to adhere to the outlined rules.
RULE #1:When writing about Cadence products, always refer to the most up-to-date Cadence trademark list below and use the appropriate legal symbol. You only need to use the "®" or "™" symbols at the first mention in the body copy (and never in headlines, titles, subheads, diagrams, or tops of slides). Unbound documents such as Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and web pages must have at least one appropriate mark on every page.
RULE #2:Cadence trademarks must always be used as adjectives followed by a generic noun.
These are CORRECT uses of trademarks:
The key to having silicon that meets all specifications is the Virtuoso® custom design platform. Thanks to the Incisive® Formal Verifier, you can... Nothing beats the power of the Cadence Encounter® digital IC design platform.
These are INCORRECT uses of trademarks:
The key to having silicon that meets all specifications is Virtuoso®. Thanks to Incisive®, you can... Nothing beats the power of Encounter®.
RULE #3:Do not use acronyms in place of a trademarked name.
Cadence® Encounter® Test Architect not CETA, Cadence® ETA , or ETA Incisive® Formal Verifier not IFV Virtuoso® Chip Editor not VCE
RULE #4:Legal mouse type is required on all Cadence communications. It helps us protect our valuable trademarks, and it helps us to acknowledge the marks of others.
© 2015 Cadence Design Systems, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Cadence and the Cadence logo are registered trademarks of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. All others are the property of their respective holders.
When you've used registered trademarks (®), trademarks (™), or service marks (SM), and need to list them in the mouse type, keep the credits together according to the type of mark, and then in alphabetical order.
© 2015 Cadence, the Cadence logo, Allegro, Assura, Broadband Spice, CDNLIVE!, Celtic, Chipestimate.com, Conformal, Connections, Cynthesizer, Denali, Diva, Dracula, Encounter, Flashpoint, First Encounter, Incisive, InCyte, Innovus, InstallScape, Jasper, JasperGold, Liberate, NanoRoute, NC-Verilog, OptimizePI, OrbitIO, OrCAD, Palladium, Perspec, PowerDC, PowerForward, PowerSI, ProofGrid, Protium, PSpice, Purespec, Puresuite, Quantus, Quickcycles, QuietTrace, SignalStorm, Sigrity, SKILL, SoC Encounter, SourceLink, Spectre, Specman, Specman-Elite, SPEED2000, SpeedBridge, Stars & Strikes, SystemSI, T2B, Tempus, Tensilica, TimingVision, TripleCheck, Virtuoso, Visualize, vManager, VoltageStorm, Voltus, XcitePI, Xtensa, XtractIM, and Xtreme are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions.
OSCI, SystemC, Open SystemC, Open SystemC Initiative, and SystemC Initiative are registered trademarks of Open SystemC Initiative, Inc. in the United States and other countries and are used with permission. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
Cadence Trademarked Names
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