Kyiv, Ukraine, October 11, 2017 – POLYTEDA CLOUD LLC, a provider of physical verification as a service (PVaaS), today announced the general availability release of PowerDRC/LVS 2.3.1 – desktop version as well as within PVCLOUD platform version 3.5.8 (Amazon AWS).

This release is dedicated to adding interoperability with Keysight ADS design environment, native support of OpenAccess format (beta version) for DRC/LVS operations and improvements for LVS parameters extraction.

Please review Release Notes for more information.

PowerDRC/LVS is designed to process integrated circuit (IC) designs of various size at technology nodes up to 28nm, with run times which are fast and completely predictable. It is massively scalable and provides turnaround is time that is up to an order of magnitude faster than existing solutions. PowerDRC/LVS achieves this scalability and turnaround time through the use of a unique data structure and native window scanning technique.

PVCLOUD is the only easy-to-manage physical verification SaaS workflow that delivers superior speed and accuracy utilizing uniquely affordable pay-per-use pricing. PVCLOUD consists of PowerDRC/LVS toolset from POLYTEDA and Nefelus Cloud Management System (CMS) specially tailored for EDA needs.

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Try PowerDRC/LVS as pay-per-use SaaS solution (PVCLOUD) from POLYTEDA CLOUD running on Amazon AWS platform. If you are interested in evaluating PVCLOUD for free, please send your request via website.


POLYTEDA CLOUD, headquartered in Kyiv, Ukraine, develops cloud-ready PV workflow based on the fastest and most accurate flat engine in the market with hierarchical and multi-CPU capabilities. POLYTEDA CLOUD introduces an innovative, new business model to the traditional EDA industry. PVCLOUD component PowerDRC/LVS addresses the complex physical verification stage of microchip design, critical before the actual manufacturing at the semiconductor foundry. In 2015 POLYTEDA CLOUD received financing under the European Union’s Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020 Phase 2.