Data Management for Mixed-Signal Designs

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In the complex world of analog and mixed-signal (AMS) design, the challenges of managing design data throughout the product development lifecycle have never been more pronounced. Today's AMS design projects often feature multidisciplinary engineering teams, complex multi-tool workflows, massive unstructured design data, and more frequent handoffs (particularly when moving designs to foundries). 

 

The traditional, in-house data management solutions —prone to version control and traceability issues—are untenable in this demanding environment. The chapter from the book "Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide" discusses how to implement a robust Design Data Management (DDM) system. It underscores how such a system can empower design teams of all sizes to do the following.

1) streamline version control, 

2) manage engineering change orders, 

3) maximize semiconductor IP and PDK reuse, 

4) enhance data security.

 

Download the chapter to uncover practical examples of rules, roles, and permissions and learn how Keysight Design Data Management (SOS) can lead to significant productivity gains for AMS design teams.

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