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EMA Design Automation celebrates its 30th anniversary

Oct. 24, 2019

ROCHESTER, NY. EMA Design Automation, a full-service provider of electronic design automation (EDA) solutions, has announced that it is celebrating 30 years since it began selling EDA tools in 1989, and has since continued to serve the North American EDA industry with innovative products, support, and services.

“I am proud, but humbled, with the accomplishments we have made, the respect that we have received, and the partnerships we have established in the industry,” said Manny Marcano, president and CEO of EMA. “Our fantastic team at EMA strives to serve our current customers, as well as attract new customers with our commitment for continued excellence.”

EMA began a relationship with Cadence Design Systems in 1998 selling the Cadence Studio-level Allegro product line. Today EMA sells both the Cadence Allegro and OrCAD product lines, as well as several EMA products, including Ultra Librarian, TimingDesigner, and Circuitspace, to expand and enhance the user experience. EMA also said it is proud to have earned the Cadence Channel Partner of the Year award multiple times, given to a single recipient among Cadence's 50+ global channel partners each year.

In addition to Cadence, EMA has secured other partnerships in the industry, including SiliconExpert, DigiKey, and Arena, to name a few. Each of these alliances builds and strengthens the EMA portfolio, enabling EMA to provide a robust and effective EDA design solution for its customers. The industry has recognized EMA's accomplishments earning them a place in the Inc 500 list two years in a row.

EMA is excited to be celebrating 30 years of innovation and wants to show some appreciation to its customers, while having a bit of fun. There will be weekly “swag bag” giveaways filled with EMA merchandise, and entrants will then be eligible for the grand prize, a year of eLearning valued at $900, being drawn on October 31, 2019. To participate in the EMA anniversary activities and to enter for the weekly giveaways, go to www.ema-eda.com,

Look for EE-Evaluation Engineering’s January 2020 print issue for more on EMA Design Automation and the future of the EDA industry.

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