Dolphin Integration (www.dolphin-integration.com <http://www.dolphin-integration.com> ) is a developer and marketer of Virtual Components of Intellectual Property partaking in the design of multi-domain Integrated Circuits with a focus on Systems-on-Chip and MEMS with micromechanical structures.
MEDAL stands for “Missing EDA Links” as a strategic Product Line of Dolphin Integration in expectation that the needs of Mixed Signal Providers would not be properly addressed by mainstream EDA Suppliers. Gathered in the late 80s, the MEDAL team aimed from the start at breaking the language barriers which handicap designers, so the promotion of SMASH as multi-lingual was natural for the first mixed-signal single kernel simulator. The twist remains that most users hearing “analog and mixed-signal” do not understand it as meaning fully “logic and mixed signal”: quite significant difference while SMASH includes the most complete VHDL-AMS implementation on the market.
Over the years, MEDAL has extended its range of solutions with Iterator SHAKER, Schematics Entry SLED, and Power-Consumption Evaluator SCROOGE.
More information on our solutions.http://www.dolphin.fr/medal/medal_tryandbuy.html
Dolphin Integration features products in the following categories:
- CAE RT
- Verilog Simulation
- VHDL Simulation
- HW/SW Co-Verification
- Mixed Language Simulation
- Mixed Signal Simulation
- Power Design
- CAE Gate Level
- Analog Simulation
- Gate Level Simulation
- Schematic Capture
- IC SPICE and SPICE-like Simulation
- PCB SPICE
- Power Analysis
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