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Tanner EDA signs on TechForce

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BANGALORE: The California-based Tanner EDA has signed on TechForce as the Indian distributor for its electronic design automation tools.

The Bangalore-based TechForce India will also provide sales and support for the chip design tools. These tools are used to automate and simplify the design process for devices used in biomedical, consumer electronics, next-generation wireless, optical, power management and RF applications. TechForce India currently provides design consulting services and support for EDA software to semiconductor companies in the Silicon plateau.

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