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Sycon Design, Inc.

Sycon Design, Inc.

385 Reed Street
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Ph: 408-980-7800
Fx: 408-566-0408

Sycon Design, Inc. develops tools that address the most critical issues of the Integrated Circuits (IC) design process-physical design for high performance ICs. The company focuses on the automation of design practices that have traditionally been performed manually in order to maximize system performance and minimize silicon area.

Sycon's tools help designers achieve significant improvements in design performance. Tempest-BLOCK is an automated hierarchical physical design tool that offers the same layout density and performance of handcrafted designs. Tempest-CELL is an automatic cell layout development tool that generates high speed, handcrafted density and silicon process independent cells.

Sharon ZoharSharon Zohar
Prior to founding Sycon Design in 1996, Mr. Zohar held various consulting and design positions with Intel and IBM. He was a consultant for Intel® Pentium® processor, Pentium® Pro and Flash Memory groups. He was also involved in the design of the 80386, 82593, i387, 80486, Pentium and Pentium Pro integrated circuits. Additionally, he was involved in the research and development of IBM's PowerPC chip.


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