Artificial Machines Standardizes on Mentor EDA Solutions to Develop Smart Machine IP


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Mentor, a Siemens business, today announced that Artificial Machines, a leading smart machine design company that empowers its customers with cutting-edge SMART machine intellectual property, has standardized on Mentor electronic design automation (EDA) design solutions. The competitive replacement includes leading-edge Mentor solutions such as Xpedition printed circuit board (PCB) design, Hyperlynx simulation, Valor manufacturing validation and ASIC chip design tools. The Mentor portfolio provides Artificial Machines with an end-to-end electronic product design pipeline for its HAZE platform, and represents a significant infrastructure advance for the Artificial Machines design team.

Artificial Machines (AM) is a technology company working with some of the world’s largest consumer electronics and automotive companies. As a result of this technology partnership with Mentor, AM will benefit from a comprehensive product design process. AM will now be able to develop products from the simplest electronics to the most advanced Android systems using Mentor solutions, and Mentor tools will play a critical role in the design infrastructure of India’s SMART machine industry.

“We have an excellent track record of investing in startups at an early stage and growing along with them to achieve mutual success. We are certain that the synergetic technology partnership with Artificial Machines will foster the growth of companies in the design world ecosystem in India,” said Raghu Panicker, Country Sales Director, Mentor India.  “We are confident that Artificial Machines’ choice of Mentor’s leading-edge EDA design solutions will not only accelerate their growth and market reach, but have a positive impact on the region’s SMART machine design industry.”

“We are excited to work with Mentor. Their commitment to make us one of the most comprehensive electronic product design companies in the world is greatly appreciated,” said Manish Buttan, CEO and founder, Artificial Machines. “Compared to a typical PCB design company, which uses just a few tools, Artificial Machines will now have the most comprehensive and high-end design tools, and our HAZE Customers will now enjoy Tier 1 tools for all their consumer electronics and automotive products.”

About Mentor Graphics Corporation

Mentor Graphics Corporation, a Siemens business, is a world leader in electronic hardware and software design solutions, providing products, consulting services, and award-winning support for the world’s most successful electronic, semiconductor, and systems companies. Corporate headquarters are located at 8005 S.W. Boeckman Road, Wilsonville, Oregon 97070-7777. Web site: http://www.mentor.com.

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