EMA Design Automation to Expand Reach into Central, South America


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EMA Design Automation®, a full-service provider and innovator of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) systems solutions, will be expanding its operations to Central and South America with the addition of Anacom to its EMA Solutions Partner Program. This announcement marks the third global expansion this year and further solidifies EMA's commitment to expand its reach to provide leading-edge technology and first-class support to the worldwide EDA market.

“We are happy to be continuing our global expansion with the addition of the Anacom team,” said Manny Marcano, president and CEO of EMA Design Automation. “We are excited for the positive impact this collaboration will have on the Central and South American engineering communities.”

This collaboration combines EMA's commitment to quality and innovation with Anacom's exceptional service to Latin America since 1988. Central and South American customers will benefit from the additional product offers and enhanced customer support from EMA and allow Anacom to bring the latest products, services, and software to the local engineering communities.

“We are excited to be joining EMA, who shares our commitment to helping customers thrive,” said Carlos Lion, President of Anacom. “They are the perfect partner to grow our business and enhance our product offerings, enabling us to better serve our customers for generations to come.”

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