|Industry||Software & Programming|
|Headquarters||San Jose, California|
|Key people||Alan Naumann,
CoWare, now part of Synopsys, was a supplier of platform-driven electronic system-level (ESL) design software and services. CoWare was headquartered in San Jose, California, and had offices around the world, major R&D offices in Belgium, Germany and India.
In 1996, CoWare spun off as an independent company.
- Platform Architect
- Model Designer
- Model Library
- Processor Designer
- Signal Processing Designer
- Virtual Platform Designer
- This allow to generate and package customs Virtual Platform
- Verkest, D.; Van Rompaey, K.; Bolsens, I.; De Man, H. (October 1996). "CoWare—A design environment for heterogeneous hardware/software systems". Design Automation for Embedded Systems 1 (4): 357–386. doi:10.1007/BF00209910.
- "CoWare (Santa Clara, Calif.) was spun out of IMEC in 1996 to market the N2C hardware-software codesign technology, which was originally developed at IMEC." http://www.eetimes.com/story/OEG19981120S0017
- Babel of languages competing for role in SoC - http://www.eetimes.com/ip99/ip99story1.html
- Cadence has granted CoWare an exclusive license to sell and develop Cadence's Signal Processing Workstation (SPW) tool, and Co-Ware has taken over Cadence's ESL group. http://www.eetimes.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=18309425
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