LONDON Summit Design, a developer of electronic system-level (ESL) design solutions and methodologies has joined the European Electronic Chips and Systems design Initiative (ECSI) as an Industrial Associate Member.
Rami Rachamim, Summit Design's vice president of marketing, said, “ECSI provides the European community with an excellent vehicle to drive greater ESL efficiencies and to identify the best practices for successful system-on-chip modeling, design and verification.”
ECSI is a European non-profit association, established in 1993 by the large industrial developers of electronic systems and manufacturers of integrated circuits in Europe. Present member companies include ST Microelectronics, ARM, Nokia, Intracom, Alcatel, Thales, Thomson, Cadence, and Mentor Graphics with participation from the SME community including Prosilog, Summit Design, Celoxica, and Evatronix. A number of academic and research centres are also members of the organisation whose objective is to identify, develop and promote efficient methods for electronic systems design, as well as to provide ECSI members with a competitive advantage in this domain.