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Fintronic's Verilog Simulator on 64-bit Linux Workstation!
    Business Editors/High-Tech Writers

    Design Automation Conference 2003

    FOSTER CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 15, 2003--Fintronic USA, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance Verilog simulators announced the release of Super FinSim 64-bit on Linux.
    Fintronic was the first company to port a Verilog simulator to the Linux platform in 1993, as well as to a 64 bit platform in 1996 when it ported to DEC Alpha. After porting to SUN Solaris 64-bit in 1999, Fintronic just rolled out a 64-bit Super FinSim for the newly available Linux 64-bit platform on PC.
    Dr. Alec Stanculescu, CEO and president of Fintronic USA, Inc., stated, "Verilog simulation of large circuits is made much easier by the availability of Super FinSim on Linux 64-bit. The new platform will support the execution of simulations using more than 4GB of main memory." A demonstration of Super FinSim on a 6GB PC with Linux 64-bit manufactured by ASL Inc. in Newark will be given inside Fintronic's booth at the DAC Tradeshow in Anaheim, CA between June 2 and June 4, 2003.
    Jeff Nguyen, CEO of ASL Inc. in Newark, California stated, "High performance and affordable 64-bit simulation environment has finally arrived!" Using ASL's Monarch 8200 dual AMD 1.8ghz Opteron system with 8GB of memory and Fintronic's Super FinSim Verilog simulator, companies can now purchase a state of the art design platform for under $25K.

    About Super FinSim

    Super FinSim is a high performance, robust Verilog simulator, compatible with tools from all the main suppliers in the Verilog simulation market. Super FinSim makes continuous progress toward support for Verilog 2001, with numerous features already supported, as listed on www.fintronic.com.
    Super FinSim's low memory requirement, high performance save and restart, proprietary swapping mechanism, compact results format, and support for separate compilation, make it ideal for use in large simulation farms.
    With over 3,500 licenses sold to over 400 different entities, including Intel, Motorola, Transmeta, Mindspeed, Toshiba, Toyota, NTT, STARC, Matsushita, the FinSim family of Verilog simulators helped the design of many tens of chips since its first presence on the market, in 1993.

    About Fintronic USA

    Fintronic USA, Inc. (www.fintronic.com) is a technology leader in high-performance Verilog Simulation. The company is committed to develop and deliver high performance simulators that enable customers to verify efficiently the functional and timing correctness of their most complex electronic system designs.
    Fintronic USA has direct sales operations in North America, as well as distributors in Europe, India, China, Japan, and Malaysia.
    The corporate headquarters is located at 1119 Chess Drive, Foster City, Calif. 94404, 650/349-0108. For more information on Fintronic and its products, visit www.fintronic.com.

    About About ASL
    ASL Inc. is the leading provider of high performance Linux systems. Its philosophy is to redefine Linux performance by providing leading-edge technology and extensive systems customization at competitive prices. As part of ASL Inc.'s commitment to execute this philosophy, it partners with key industry leaders to provide the Linux world with the latest features on high quality products. Every system comes pre-installed and configured with an optimized Linux operating system. In addition to its leading-edge product line, ASL Inc. also provides world-class customer support and service at no cost to its customers. For more information, visit ASL Inc. at www.aslab.com.
    Note to Editors: FinSim is a registered trademark of Fintronic USA. All other brand or product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and should be treated as such.

 


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