The Program provides universities—at no charge—with MMI's EDA software for use in instructional and research projects. It has established a community of university-based users that share experiences, resolve problems, and provide mutual assistance in both software use and core teaching applications. The major objective of the program is to assist universities in their efforts to provide the electronics and EDA industries with high-quality design engineers. MMI University IC Design Education Program members currently include:
For more information about the MMI University IC Design Program, call Kathy Hays at 408-414-7647 x203 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1995, Micro Magic, Inc. is a chip solutions company whose charter is to deliver working silicon to the customer, on time and at speed. To do this, MMI offers advanced application software and expert services for creating high-speed ICs and systems-on-chips. Founded by expert IC design engineers, the company's products are developed from a superior foundation of design knowledge. MMI serves many segments of the electronics industry including embedded processor, graphics, networking, telecom, and computer. Micro Magic is a self-funded, privately held, and profitable company. For more information visit http://www.micromagic.com.
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Incorporated in 1995, Micro Magic, Inc. is the industry leader in true 3-dimensional TSV layout tools. Click here for the full story
Engineers from Micro Magic meet with your engineers and management, to discuss the best solution to the problem or problems in the chip design. Some issues are smaller, and more easily remedied; some are larger and will require more involvement. Micro Magic's intention is to provide the most efficient solution utilizing your current design flow and our development tools. Our engineers can either do the work off-site, in house, or provide the MMI tool(s) and advice for a plug-n-play augmentation to your existing flow.
Trying to achieve the performance we needed from commercially-available tools just wasn't working. Over the course of several years, Micro Magic's engineers wound up writing their own tools to help get chips out. Our design services history is unmatched for making tapeout on time. Of course, our clients began to notice that MMI engineers were more efficient, more productive, and started asking about the tools. We responded by making them available to other engineers,and in 1995 the first versions of MAX and SUE were ready for the public..
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