SOTA Selects Celestry for Silicon Accurate Sign-off

SAN JOSE, Calif. & HSINCHU, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 28, 2002--Celestry Design Technologies, Inc. (San Jose, Calif.), the leading provider of Silicon Accurate Sign-off(TM) technology for the semiconductor and electronics industry, announced today that SOTA Design Technology (Hsinchu, Taiwan), a member of TSMC Design Service Alliance, has selected Celestry's Nautilus-SI(TM) for deep submicron noise analysis.

Celestry's Nautilus-SI analyzes signal integrity problems such as noise and delays due to cross-talk coupling in deep submicron designs.

According to Mr. Yih-Sheng Wey, president of SOTA, "Our partnership with Celestry adds value to our design services. Nautilus-SI provides accurate coupling noise analysis. It also gives us a noise report that helps us spot glitch problems that cause designs to fail, an accurate SDF file that includes the delay change due to coupling, which is a major problem for designs at 0.18micron and below process, and a way to fix problems with ECO scripts that feed back into place and route tools."

"With shorter and shorter time to market requirements our customers demand first-silicon success. SOTA's choice of our Nautilus-SI product is an example of how important our physical analysis solutions are for Silicon Accurate Sign-off," noted Dr. Zhihong Liu, president and CEO of Celestry.

About SOTA Design Technology

SOTA Design Technology is a professional SoC solution provider located inside Science Based Industrial Park, also known as Taiwan's Silicon Valley. SOTA, which is also an ARM-approved design center program partner, is a pioneer in intellectual property development and integrated circuit (IC) design services. Its engineering work force has more than 150 years of combined experience in IC-based design. As an approved design service center of ARM and DSP Group, SOTA provides CPU-based platform and DSP-based platform solutions to its customers worldwide. The company's web site is www.SOTA.com.tw.

About Celestry

Celestry is the leading provider of physical design products that enable integrated circuit designers to achieve optimal performance from semiconductor process technologies. The Company offers software and services to electronic and semiconductor companies involved with the design of chips that are used in networking, communication, multimedia and computing products. For more information visit www.celestry.com or email Email Contact.

    Notes to Editors:
    Acronyms and definitions:
    ECO: Engineering Change Order
    IC: Integrated Circuit
    SI: Signal Integrity
    SoC: System on Chip
    SDF: Standard Delay Format

Celestry, the Celestry logo, Nautilus-SI, Nautilus-VT and Silicon-Accurate Sign-off are trademarks of Celestry Design Technologies, Inc.


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