Titan SBR (Shape-Based Router)
Titan SBR is a constraint-driven, high-speed and high-capacity shaped-based router for analog designs that works with OpenAccess-based custom design environments. Featuring a full set of analog and mixed-signal routing options, SBR’s fast runtime for large analog designs provides significant routing productivity that leads to shorter time to tapeout.
- SBR features include:
- Differential pair routing
- Bus routing, including parallel, tandem and coaxial shielding
- Virtual pin support to guide bus routing
- RC matching
- River routing—compact wire pattern for channel based
- Double-cut via support
- Preferred routing layer
- Non-default rules support
- Differential pair (twin & tri-wire) with 45-degree twisted wires
- Star and matched routing
- Wide spacing and/or shielding to prevent cross-talk effect
- Automated, constraint-driven analog and special-net routing
SBR’s full-featured routing solution enables designers to achieve fast, high-quality routing results for today’s leading mixed-signal and custom digital designs.
Titan ADX is an analog/mixed-signal circuit optimization and porting solution that works with OpenAccess-based custom design environments. Its model-based approach allows circuit optimization and porting in a fraction of the time required by traditional simulation-based techniques. ADX optimizes analog circuit performance for a specification such as minimum area or power within a given process technology. ADX can also be used for porting a circuit design efficiently from one process technology to another. ADX models analog circuits in process-independent equations and optimizes them for a target process technology over many process-voltage-temperature (PVT) corners in a matter of minutes. ADX presents a new design methodology that dramatically increases the efficiency of current simulation-based flows.
Titan ALX is a layout migration and retargeting solution for analog/mixed-signal designs that works with OpenAccess-based custom design environments. Layouts migrated with ALX preserve the analog layout intent expressed in the previous layout and minimize the impact of new design rules. Using ALX, designers can stream-in their GDSII, identify blocks and cells for retargeting, and perform fast path-finding studies to quickly understand the impact of new DRC and DFM rules at advanced technology nodes. Once the impact of the new rules are understood and handled, designers can enter new device sizes for their analog circuits, and very quickly get a full-custom layout implementation at the new target node, without having to wait for an IC mask designer to implement the changes.