About ChipVision Design Systems
ChipVision Design Systems is the leading supplier of low power system-level electronic design automation (EDA) software tools and services. ChipVision's ORINOCO software enables semiconductor developers to estimate and optimize the energy dissipation in critical blocks of their design prior to RTL development. The impact of this electronic system-level (ESL) approach is significant energy savings in less time. The company's solutions are based on open industry standards including SystemC. ChipVision is headquartered in Oldenburg, Germany, and has offices in Munich and San Jose, Calif. For more information about ChipVision and its products and services, visit www.chipvision.com.
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ChipVision Design Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ChipVision Design Systems founded?
ChipVision Design Systems was founded in 2002.
Where is ChipVision Design Systems's headquarters?
ChipVision Design Systems's headquarters is located at 2880 Zanker Road, San Jose.
What is ChipVision Design Systems's latest funding round?
ChipVision Design Systems's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did ChipVision Design Systems raise?
ChipVision Design Systems raised a total of $10.9M.
Who are the investors of ChipVision Design Systems?
Investors of ChipVision Design Systems include Target Partners and BayTech Venture Capital.
Who are ChipVision Design Systems's competitors?
Competitors of ChipVision Design Systems include Atrenta and 4 more.
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