Orora Design Technologies, Inc.
Orora Design Technologies, Inc. provides a new generation of custom electronic design automation (CEDA) platforms, automating mixed-signal design and verification. Accumulating ten years of DoD-sponsored research innovation, Orora products are the industry first to automate analog and custom-IC behavioral modeling, characterization, verification, design, and reuse. Orora products have been adopted by over twenty customers for improved productivity, reduced silicon re-spins, increased yield, and enhanced robustness. These products have aided the design and verification of computing, communication, consumer, and aerospace semiconductor chips with shipments of over one billion dollars. The company is headquartered in Redmond, Washington and has sales and support offices in Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
Arana is an industry-first tool for the automated analysis, behavioral modeling, visualization, design exploration and debugging of analog and RF mixed-signal circuits. Starting with a Cadence schematic or HSPICE/Spectre netlist, Arana automatically derives the analytic equations of circuit characteristics in terms of design, layout and process parameters.
Arche platform automates the process of simulator-based characterization and
electrical rule checking for custom integrated circuits, including analog,
custom digital, memory, and mixed-signal integrated circuits.
Arsyn is a powerful design space search and tradeoff analysis tool for analog/RF mixed-signal circuit design and behavioral modeling. It enables analog/RF design reuse, and the ability to gain design insights and efficiently explore the design space. A designer starts with a parametric design (e.g. a circuit where some transistors are unsized or some topologies have multiple options), and a set of design specifications (gain, noise, power). Arsyn searches the design space and produces a set of design solutions that represent the best possible design tradeoffs among design specifications.