Memory Designer Shortens Design Cycles

Keysight Technologies’ PathWave Memory Designer double data rate (DDR) memory simulation capability that’s part of PathWave Advanced Design System (ADS) 2019 promises to make it easy for developers to compare simulated data with actual measured results, reducing the time required to complete product development workflows. PathWave ADS Memory Designer connects simulation and test workflows, addressing common DDR memory design challenges with new workflows that automate routine tasks and harness data analytics to gain faster actionable insight into simulation data.

 

PathWave features include:

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  • Open APIs and open source components that enable customers to customize the platform and integrate with their current hardware and software
  • A scalable architecture that provides the flexibility to run computations on a dedicated workstation, in the public or private cloud, or on embedded instrument software
  • Flexible consumption models that let companies utilize software when and where they need it
  • Best-in-class measurement science that produces consistent, accurate results across design, test, and manufacturing environments.  

For more information, checkout the PathWave ADS product page. Also take a gander at the video below.

 

 

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