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Scalable Design Creation Technology for Your PCB Design Flow



It’s the same story everywhere: Your corporate development team uses one PCB design flow, the prototyping team another. The enterprise team has a formal process, the prototyping team, a flexible one. With all these conflicting processes, you can easily waste time and money trying to integrate your flows, instead of getting your products to market.

How can you enable your design teams to share and leverage engineering resources, knowledge, and PCB design data more efficiently? Why not utilize scalable design creation environment that addresses the needs of all of the different teams in your organization?

Xpedition's design design definition suite delivers a universal PCB design creation engineering solution. Tightly integrated and process-centric for one team, less constrained and more flexible for another, yet providing a common ease-of-use experience for both.

This webinar illustrates how these capabilities let you take full advantage of interoperability and flexibility in a modern, scalable PCB engineering environment, driving your layout tools and processes from a common engineering cockpit.  

What You Will Learn

  • How to manage efficiency and integration with the flexibility of a universal PCB design flow for most layout tools
  • How to take advantage of ease of use and scalability across different design teams
  • How centralized library management helps reduce design cycles

About the Presenter

Presenter Image Andy Watts

Andy Watts is an EDA industry veteran of more than 25 years. In 1984, he joined Daisy Systems as an application engineer, where he had a broad range of EDA roles including European business development, customer support management, partner relations management and also product marketing for design creation and simulation tools. Andy joined Mentor in November 1999 during the VeriBest acquisition, and now works in front-end tools product marketing as a product architect manager.

Who Should View

  • Engineering managers
  • CAD managers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Project leaders

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