Mentor to Officially Change Name to Siemens EDA


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Mentor, a Siemens business, will be known as Siemens EDA as of January 2021.  The organization continues to operate as part of Siemens Digital Industries Software.

Under this new banner, Siemens is bringing together the world’s most comprehensive portfolio of EDA software, with Siemens technology for simulation, mechanical design, manufacturing, cloud, IoT and low-code.

The result is the broadest and deepest portfolio of industrial software that is uniquely positioned to help customers successfully navigate the accelerating convergence of semiconductor design and systems design.

For more information about this change, be sure to read this blog post by Joseph Sawicki, Executive Vice President of IC-EDA for Siemens EDA.

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