Solido at DAC 2016

Register for a Solido Variation Designer 4 Demo at DAC 2016. You can find Solido at Booth #611 at the Austin Convention Centre for the Design Automation Conference, June 6th to 8th in Austin, TX.


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TSMC and Solido Webinar

Register for the TSMC and Solido webinar on our collaboration for variation-aware design of memory and standard cell at advanced process nodes.

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Variation-Aware Design DAC Panel with ARM, IBM, Solido

Register for the Variation-Aware Design Panel at DAC 2016 on June 6 in Austin, TX. Panelists are from ARM, IBM and Solido. 


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Variation Designer 4

The world’s most advanced variation-aware design software just got a big upgrade. We added a suite of powerful new features for accelerating memory, analog/RF, and standard cell verification. And it’s easier to use and adopt than ever.


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Variation Designer for Memory

Solido Variation Designer is a must-have tool for nanometer memory design. Variation Designer 4 delivers full chip memory statistical verification and High-Sigma Monte Carlo verification with true Monte Carlo & SPICE accuracy. Verify memory designs with unprecedented precision, and make the right decisions about timing, power, area, yield, and redundancy.

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Variation Designer for Analog/RF

Variation Designer 4 lets analog/RF designers design for variation faster and with greater insight than ever before. Make better design tradeoffs, avoid failures, and deliver the most competitive products within tight production timeframes.

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Variation Designer for Standard Cell

Variation Designer 4 enables standard cell library designers to verify their cell libraries to 3-sigma and high-sigma quickly and accurately. And new batch command generation capabilities make it efficient to set up batch library verification analysis.

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Solido, Variation-Aware Design Experts

Solido Design Automation makes Variation Designer, the world’s top CAD software for semiconductor variation analysis and debugging. Variation Designer is used to improve chip yield, improve performance, reduce die area, and reduce power consumption. It does this using a suite of technologies designed to provide fast, accurate measurement of variation effects and powerful tools for understanding and solving variation problems.

Our customers include most of the top semiconductor design companies in the world. Our user base currently spans well over 1000 production chip designers, and is growing quickly. Solido’s technology has been used to design chips that are in everything – phones, tablets, cars, TVs, PCs, credit cards – all kinds of products. It is becoming hard to find electronic devices manufactured in the last couple of years that do not include a chip that was designed using Solido’s software. We work with designers on mature and leading edge technologies; much of our production work is being done at sub-28nm processes, and we are now ramping up work on 7nm technologies.

Solido is headquartered in Canada, where our Product Development and Applications Engineering staff work together under one roof at Innovation Place in Saskatoon, Canada. We are expanding quickly to serve our growing customer base.

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Variation Designer Support

Solido’s support is awesome.

Solido’s support team members are all top experts in variation-aware design methodologies and in Solido’s full line of tools.

Our team understands the pressures of delivering chip designs on schedule, and specializes in real-time problem solving to keep our users on track. We can bring in top specialists in real-time, and we are famous for our real-time work-arounds and same-day patches. Plus, all of our support team members are genuinely really great people – that’s our number one recruiting criterion – who are a pleasure to work with and get to know, and who always put our customers’ interests first.

If you would like a hand with our tools or have any questions about variation, do not hesitate to contact us at

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