Integrand Software, Inc. provides electronic design software used to design high frequency, RF and Mixed Signal complex integrated circuits (ICs) for the global semiconductor and electronics industries. Our advanced EM simulation tool, EMX®, allows designers to accurately and efficiently simulate large RF circuit blocks, characterize the behavior of passive components and analyze the parasitics due to interconnect. EMX shortens design cycles and bring to market substantially better products with less risk. In short, EMX is very accurate, very fast and very easy to use.
Integrand was founded by top technologists from Bell Labs in 2003 and counts some of the major IC design houses as its clients. Integrand's tools are being used by the world's major foundries for passive component modeling and synthesis for distribution in their design kits. Integrand is a privately owned company.
In the news
Oct 1, 2013: Integrand and Delft publish paper "Design and implementation of high resolution 60GHz PLLS and DCOs using the EMX 3D EM simulator", at the TSMC OIP Forum 2013 in Santa Clara
Feb 7, 2013: Eight innovative ICs designed with EMX presented at ISSCC 2013 in San Francisco...
June 3, 2012: Integrand presents paper at DAC 2012 at workshop on 60GHz design...
June 4, 2012: GLOBALFOUNDRIES releases EMX based OIF for 40nm technology...
August 29, 2011: GLOBALFOUNDRIES releases EMX based OIF for 55nm technology...
Sept 19, 2010: Integrand presents paper about modeling of RF integrated devices at CICC..
June 12, 2008: Integrand receives award from UMC for outstanding contributions to their SOC solution
February 18, 2008: Integrand's EMX Qualified for High Frequency Designs in TSMC Advanced Processes
September 19, 2007: UMC and Integrand present a method for optimal balun synthesis at CICC '07
June 8, 2007: UMC and Integrand further extend FDK capabilities to include optimal balun and transformer design
June 3, 2007: RFMD and Integrand present a paper at RFIC 2007 symposium on designing de-embedding structures using EMX
December 7, 2006: UMC and Integrand advance collaboration to enhance 90nm and 0.13um RFCMOS design offering