U.S.-Based The LogicWorks and Taiwan-Based 2APAC Become Arithmatica Representatives
MENLO PARK, Calif. - June 13, 2005 - Arithmatica, Inc., the first company focused solely on using advances in silicon math algorithms to lower costs and power, and increase speed for math-intensive ICs, today expanded its sales network in the U.S. and Taiwan through relationships with Wellesley Hills, Mass.-based The LogicWorks and Taiwan-based 2APAC. The LogicWorks serves as a specialized sales channel partner for emerging IP companies. 2APAC is a Technical Marketing and Program Management company specialized in bringing IP, Digital Media and Wireless solutions to companies in the Asia Pacific region. These companies join Arithmatica's exclusive distributor relationships in Japan with Marubeni Solutions Corporation and in Korea with DavanTech Co., Ltd. Arithmatica actively markets and supports its products in North America, Europe, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
Arithmatica's proprietary cell-based CellMath™ IP and tools products improve silicon efficiency for datapath-intensive IC modules by as much as 40 percent without requiring any change in design practices, by integration into existing design flows.
"We are especially pleased to partner with The LogicWorks and 2APAC to serve companies designing leading edge ICs in these important geographies," said Dave Burow, Arithmatica's chairman. "Their extensive local market expertise, in combination with their silicon IP expertise, makes them ideal partners for Arithmatica."
CellMath IP products offer improvements for graphics acceleration and embedded processor design, and are delivered with bit accurate simulation models and formally verified gate-level netlists targeted using customers' standard cell libraries to create optimized silicon results. Based on Arithmatica's proprietary architectures, they include a wide range of configuration options to support millions of possible configurations.
CellMath tools provide designers the ability to create datapath designs with power, performance and/or area (PPA) improvements in the range of 20-40 percent with the same or improved timing, and eliminate the verification bottleneck typical in complex datapath design. CellMath tools are compatible with all major EDA flows.
About The LogicWorks
The LogicWorks provides semiconductor intellectual property (IP) and IP solutions to fabless semiconductor and system companies that design complex systems-on-chip (SoCs). The LogicWorks' IP solutions are used by leading-edge companies to address the complexity and time to market issues of designing multi-million gate SoCs. The LogicWorks has partnered with technology leaders in physical intellectual property and Register Transfer Level (RTL) intellectual property to offer customers best-in-class IP solutions from a single source. For more information, please visit The LogicWorks at www.thelogicworks.com.
Founded in 2001, 2APAC Technology Partner is a technical marketing and project management company focused on identifying and organizing IP sources, complete technology solutions, and outsource partners/teams to serve growing demand from Asia Pacific customers in the area of digital media and wireless solutions. In addition, 2APAC also maintains a rich semiconductor IP set to help IC design customers achieve fast time-to-market. For more information, please visit 2APAC at www.2apac.com.
Arithmatica is the first company focused solely on using advances in silicon math algorithms to lower costs and power and increase speed for math-intensive ICs, such as those used in 3D graphics, imaging, multimedia, wireline and wireless communications, and embedded processing. Its unique technology, available through its tools products and design services, provides differentiated improvement to licensees' ICs. The company received its first venture funding in 2001 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif., with a research and development center in Warwick, UK. For further information about how its silicon math solutions increase silicon efficiency and boost productivity, please visit: www.arithmatica.com.
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