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Imagine your global company has multiple locations in Japan, China, Germany, France, United States and Russia using the same project and database in their own native language. This is the kind of very real challenge that many organizations are dealing with – maybe you included? At the same time traditionally dominant business languages are undergoing a huge shift as the economic dominance of countries shift, affecting not just the opportunities for fresh new export markets, but also new design and business partners.
Today I’m going to be talking about multi-site design. You might recall in the first blog post on this topic, that I looked at how to optimize your global design environment to ensure it is configured properly to manage both the EDA tools and the CAD library across multiple sites and regions. Today I’m moving on to discussing how it can be leveraged to truly empower multi-site design. You may think you’re already leveraging tools and resources across other sites and/or regions to accomplish multi-site design, but here’s some more ideas which you may not have already implemented.
If you have multiple design centers on different continents that have EDA environment and design sharing issues, then this two part series of blog posts should be put on your reading list. First I’m going to start off with looking at tips for managing EDA tools and the top five areas of functionality that should be on your evaluation list. In the second part of the blog series I’ll look at utilizing a properly managed global EDA environment to empower multi-site design.
Switzerland has always been “on the map” for Zuken, but more so now as we gear up to serve the growing market, which stems from Swiss development of high quality products and strength in the machinery sector.