Numerical Technologies

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Numerical Technologies, Inc. was a San Jose, California, USA based EDA public (NASDAQ: NMTC) company. The company is primarily known for its IP portfolio, software tools and services covering alternating Phase Shift Mask (alt-PSM) Technology providing sub-wavelength design to manufacturing solutions. On March 3, 2003 it was acquired by Synopsys.

Mergers and acquisitions[edit]

  • October 27, 2000: acquired Cadabra Design Automation, Inc. (Cadabra), a provider of automated IC layout cell creation technology used to create the building blocks for standard cell, semi-custom and custom integrated circuits. Purchase price: $99 million [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ NumeriTech Acquires Transcription Enterprises; Integration With IC Manufacturing Software Leader Expands Numeritech's Subwavelength Leadership Position
  2. ^ Numerical Technologies Acquires Cadabra Design Automation, Legal Expert magazine article of January 1, 2001