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Physical synthesis and routing technology from IBM has been licensed by Magma Design Automation. The IBM technology was developed through IBM's long-term relationship with the Research Institute of Discrete Mathematics at the University of Bonn, Germany. Magma plans to leverage the IBM technology to integrate new algorithms into its tools. The algorithms include analytical formulations for routing, as opposed to the heuristic approaches used in most tools today, resulting in reduced via counts and significant yield gains. IBM and Magma will continue to build on IBM's partnership with the University of Bonn. Visit www.magma-da.com for more information.

Simulation of matlab algorithms has never been easier than with Catalytic RMS, a tool tailored for algorithms targeted to an RTL-based implementation. Catalytic RMS works seamlessly with the Mathworks' Matlab to provide fast floating-point simulation for standard Matlab code, accurate fixed-point modeling capabilities, and fast fixed-point simulation. The result is a streamlined algorithm design process that accelerates simulation and assists with conversion of floating-point Matlab code to fixed-point Matlab code. Pricing starts at $15,000 for annual licenses. For further information, visit www.catalyticinc.com.

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