SAN FRANCISCO –– July 10, 2023 ––Xpeedic today launched its high-speed digital signal integrity and power integrity (SI/PI) suite with significant features and upgrades to advanced packaging and high-speed design domains as the 60th Design Automation Conference (DAC) opens at Moscone Center West here.
The Xpeedic EDA 2023 Suite includes 2.5D and 3D signal integrity and power integrity simulation for advanced packaging, along with three platforms to support 3D Electromagnetic (EM) simulation, multi-domain co-simulation and high-speed system simulation.
Continuous demonstrations of the EDA 2023 Suite will be shown at Xpeedic’s DAC Booth #1435 (first floor) today through Wednesday, July 12, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.Attendees can stop by the booth to schedule demos or meetings or by sending email to email@example.com.
Introducing Xpeedic’s EDA 2023 Suite
Xpeedic’s announcement of the EDA 2023 Suite includes the Metis 2023 SI/PI simulation platform, Hermes 2023 EM simulation platform, Notus 2023 multi-domain platform and ChannelExpert 2023 high-speed system simulation platform. This announcement follows the introduction last month of Xpeedic’s EDA 2023 RF solution at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS).
The Metis 2023 SI/PI simulation platform, tailored for 2.5D and 3D integrated circuit (IC) advanced packaging. enables easy design analysis of 2.5D and 3DIC packaging. The latest version introduces parameterized templates for transmission lines and interposers, allowing quick pre-simulation analysis and evaluation of die-to-die (D2D) transmission lines ininterposer.
Hermes 2023, a versatile EM simulation platform for chip, package, board, and connector structures, introduces a new quasi-static RLGC solver based Hermes X3D, which is complementary to the full-wave finite-element-method (FEM) solver based Hermes Layered and Hermes 3D. With the adaptive meshing and XHPC distributed simulation technologies, delivering an efficient and user-friendly simulation flow with high-precision intelligent solving capabilities.
Notus 2023 multi-domain co-simulation platform includes SI/PI co-analysis, topology extraction, and thermal analysis for chip, packaging, and board designs in high-speed design. It allows rapid analysis of signal, power, and temperature to ensure compliance with defined specifications, facilitating design iterations
ChannelExpert 2023, a high-speed system simulation platform, offers full-link analysis for time-domain and frequency-domain analysis in high-speed systems. It provides a fast, accurate, and simple way to evaluate, analyze, and resolve high-speed channel signal integrity issues. It supports IBIS and AMI model simulation, AMI model creation, GUI-based schematic-like editing, and operations. It aids design engineers in quickly constructing high-speed channels, performing channel simulations, and checking channel performance compliance with specifications.
Key features of the new version include standard AMI model creation and simulation reports based on JEDEC standards for DDR4 and DDR5X, LPDDR and LPDDR5X and others. ChannelExpert also includes advanced circuit analysis capabilities such as statistics, COM, design of experiment (DOE), yield, and Monte Carlo analysis modules.