Excellicon and BaySand Announced Partnership to Optimize Timing Constraints Development

Laguna Hills, CA (PressExposure) February 18, 2013 -- Excellicon Inc., an innovative provider of Timing Constraints Analysis and Debugging solutions for the automation of constraints authoring, completion, and validation, announced a partnership program with BaySand Inc., a provider of Metal Configurable Standard Cell (MCSC) technology and products, to address the complexity of timing constraints development and management for the benefit of both companies' customers.

This partnership was formed to address the issue of multiple iterations between design and implementation teams, in which the timing constraints (SDC) design and validation are often culprit for delays in product delivery schedules. BaySand's customers now have access to Excellicon tools that allow them to eliminate unnecessary iterations while ensuring a correct-by-construction set of timing constraints to accompany the design implementation. The users of Excellicon tools can start from scratch or leverage existing timing constraints files in order to take advantage of the MCSC products to achieve a shorter time-to-market. Customers can seamlessly generate a comprehensive set of timing constraints files in parallel with the implementation efforts managed by BaySand.

"As BaySand often performs RTL Signoff, Excellicon's tools enable us to cope with the challenge of obtaining complete and correct design timing constraints", said Jonathan Park, Executive VP and CTO of BaySand. "By deploying Excellicon's products in our design flow, we can provide to our customers a proper methodology for generating timing constraints or alternatively, qualify their existing design timing constraints. Minimizing timing-related iterations allows our customers to enjoy the benefits of fast turnaround time and reduced cost using our Metal Configurable Standard Cell technology and products. Our TeneX products line along with Excellicon's tools, enable us to offer an efficient design methodology for getting products to market quickly while avoiding exploding costs of SOC realization."

About Excellicon
Excellicon is an innovative provider of Timing Constraints Analysis and Debugging solutions for the automation of constraints authoring, completion, and validation from RTL to GDS with necessary analysis and debugging infrastructures. Excellicon products Constraints Manager and Constraints Certifier address the needs of designers at every stage of SOC design and implementation in a unified environment. Timing Closure; Done Once! Done Right! excellicon.com

About BaySand
BaySand is a privately held fabless semiconductor company offering disruptive Metal Configurable Standard Cell (MCSC) technology and products, using unique metal-only configuration technique. Its TeneX product family offers compatible density, power and performance compared to standard-cell technology while also providing the advantages of low NRE and short time to market (TTM). Headquartered in Morgan Hill, California, BaySand provides ultimate custom silicon solutions for FPGAs, Standard Cell, ASICs and customizable ASSP designs. BaySand.com

For more information contact:
Excellicon
Fia Johansson
fia@excellicon.com
BaySand
Tsipi Landen
tsipi@baysand.com

About Us:
Excellicon provides Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software tools targeted at solving complex problems associated with timing closure of multimillion gates SOC designs. SOC design involves correct construction of a set of functionalities and associated timings. Excellicon software based on patented technology enables designers to compile, manage, verify, analyze, and propagate timing information from start to the end of SOC design cycle all in a simple to use intuitive environment.

About Excellicon

Contact:
Fia Johansson
Excellicon
23152 Verdugo Dr.Ste-106
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
9492008477
fia@excellicon.com
http://www.excellicon.com

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Press Release Submitted On: February 18, 2013 at 1:56 am
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