By Kate Yuan
China’s Physim Electronic Technology (芯瑞微) has recently joined the IPC-2581 Consortium, becoming the first Chinese EDA simulator software supplier in the alliance, the company announced on September 15.
Founded in 2019, Shanghai-based Physim has independent EDA/CAE IPR and software products. It provides system simulation and verification software platforms centered on multiphysics simulation for chip and system design companies at home and abroad.
Members of the U.S.-based global consortium include OEMs, EDA/DFM/CAM software companies, PCB fabricators, electronics assemblers and test companies. It is open to any PCB design and supply chain company committed to a roadmap for IPC-DPMX adoption.
The alliance has attracted industry-renowned EDA companies including Cadence, Siemens Mentor, Ansys, CAD/CAE giants Autodesk, PTC, Dassault, Siemens, and chip design companies Qualcomm, and Nvidia.
The association provides services including industry standards, training certification, market research and environmental protection, and meeting the needs of this $2 trillion global industry through various types of industrial projects.
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