Siemens EDA Launches New Home Website


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Siemens EDA (formerly Mentor, A Siemens Business and now part of Siemens Digital Industries Software) is proud to announce our new home website, located at https://eda.sw.siemens.com.

The new site is organized by electrical engineering functional discipline plus EDA consulting services:

  • IC Design, Verification & Manufacturing
  • IC Packaging Design & Manufacturing
  • Electronic System Design & Manufacturing
  • EDA Services

In each of these sections you will find in-depth information on Siemens EDA’s extensive technology portfolio in addition to a wealth of content to help you sharpen your skill set, speed up your design flow and meet your design goals.

We encourage you to bookmark the new website and sign in or sign up to take full advantage of the new site’s wealth of resources.

Siemens EDA: Where EDA Innovation meets tomorrow.

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