BW: CynApps C++ Hardware Design Library Now Freely Available Through Open-source Licensing ProgramAug 30, 1999, 17:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"EDA startup CynApps today announced it is making Cynlib, its C++ hardware description library, freely available through an open-source licensing program..."
"Several prominent IP, EDA and systems companies are endorsing CynApps' open-source move, including Artisan Components, Cadence Design Systems, Magma Design Automation, Mentor Graphics, SureFire Verification, Apple Computer..., and Sun Microsystems..."
"CynApps has made a bold move that will be very positive for the industry," said Jeff Lewis, vice president of market and business development at Artisan Components. "Their open-source model encourages usage, eliminates costs, and is likely to form the nucleus of an industry standard. By combining an advanced technology and an effective business model, CynApps has certainly eased the transition to high-level design."
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