Calibre Design Solutions is the industry leader for IC verification, due to the exceptional performance, accuracy, and reliability of the Calibre nmPlatform. Tight collaboration with foundries, IC design houses, and industry standards organisations ensures Calibre tools continuously provide innovative functionality that meets or exceeds state-of-the-art requirements and delivers real competitive value.
Calibre Design Solutions
Relentless growth in the number and complexity of semiconductor verification and manufacturing requirements challenges IC design companies to deliver state-of-the-art, competitive products on a timely basis to a fast-moving market. To succeed, companies need EDA tools that can deliver trusted results and help them meet their market goals.
Calibre Design Solutions delivers the most accurate, most trusted, and best-performing IC sign-off verification and DFM optimisation in the EDA industry.
Calibre Physical Verification
The Calibre nmDRC Platform provides foundries, IDMs, and fabless companies with comprehensive, innovative verification technology for all nodes and processes.Learn More
Calibre Circuit & Reliability Verification
The industry-leading Calibre circuit verification toolsuite includes layout vs. schematic (LVS) checking, reliability verification, and parasitic extraction.Learn More
Key Features and Benefits
- The underlying hierarchical processing engine ensures robust testing and implementation across all applications, while providing best-in-class runtimes.
- Common design platform integration enables rapid deployment of all Calibre nm Platform applications into the user’s design environment.
- Integrated scripting environment across all applications (SVRF and TVF) allow users to customise their design and verification environment to suit the specific and evolving needs of their design teams.
- Hyperscaling technology brings superior scalability and lightning fast-run times for computationally intense applications, while reducing capital expenditures by extending the useful life of existing shared memory processor systems, and fully utilising inexpensive distributed rack systems.