mPower power integrity analysis solution recognized for innovation and market impact

By Design With Calibre

By Joe Davis

Sponsored by France’s ElectroniqueS magazine, the Electrons d’Or Award program identifies the most innovative products of the year across various categories, featuring technologies that have a significant impact on the market. Winners in each category are determined by an independent jury of recognized experts in the electronics industry.

We are honored to announce that for 2022 the Siemens mPower software was selected as the winner of an Electrons D’Or award for the CAD/Measurement/Tools category! We are proud of the industry recognition and ecosystem adoption the mPower solution has achieved since it was launched. Bringing this tool to the market was a huge team effort, so my particular congratulations go out to the Siemens EDA mPower team, whose efforts and ingenuity led to the industry’s first digital, analog, mixed-signal IC power integrity analysis solution. I am privileged to work with such dedicated and talented folks who share the Siemens vision of engineering a smarter future faster.

From L-R: Luc Tissot, European technical director, IC Design and Shahen Sargsyan, department manager, R&D, receiving 2022 Electrons D’Or award from Frédéric Rémond, editor-in-chief of ElectroniqueS.

From L-R: Luc Tissot and Shahen Sargsyan pose with the Electrons D’Or award won by the mPower power integrity analysis solution.

If you’re looking for more information about the mPower platform, here are some resources to get you started:

Introducing mPower: Uncompromised power integrity for the whole design, at any scale

Efinix implements effective EM/IR analysis for leading-edge FPGA designs with the mPower platform

Innovative UPMEM PIM-DRAM requires the innovative power integrity analysis of the mPower toolsuite

mPower Customer Testimonial: Kishore Kathula, MaxLinear

Customer Testimonial: Khandaker Azad, ONSEMI

Smart sensors need smart power integrity analysis

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