Cadence announces first PSpice Release 9.1 Simulator update with expanded front-end options and Web update (Cadence)

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SAN JOSE, Calif. - December 13, 1999 - Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NYSE:CDN), the world's leading supplier of printed-circuit board (PCB) design solutions, today announced the immediate availability of the new Cadence® PSpice® 9.1 analog and mixed-signal simulator Web Update, integrated with the popular Cadence® PSpice Schematics editor. The update is compatible with the PSpice release 9.1 simulator and provides key improvements to its Monte Carlo analysis capabilities and user interface.

The PSpice Schematics editor, originally the only schematic editor for the PSpice analog and mixed-signal simulator, provides a familiar alternative for users of the PSpice release 8 simulator. The PSpice Schematics editor has all the capabilities of the release 8 Schematics editor and library files, and is integrated with the first PSpice release 9.1 simulator Web Update. This new update of the PSpice Schematics editor from Cadence is an acknowledgement of Cadence's commitment to its valuable and loyal PSpice simulator users.

Cadence is committed to offering schematic capture products that fit with its customer needs and preferences. Cadence has recognized that the PSpice Schematics editor is clearly the preferred schematic editor for the users of PSpice release 8 simulator and earlier Windows versions.

Other PCB Systems Division schematic capture tools include the Cadence Concept® schematic capture designed for UNIX-based and Windows NT-based systems designers and the OrCAD® Capture® and Capture CIS schematic capture for Windows-based systems designers.

"Cadence is committed to supporting its huge PSpice simulator user community of analog and mixed-signal designers," said Kishore Karnane, senior technical marketing manager for the PCB Systems Division. "We have reinstated, by popular demand, the PSpice Schematics editor that many PSpice simulator users know and love for its ease-of-use. We plan other announcements for PSpice simulator users in 2000."

PSpice 9.1 Productivity Enhancements

Price and Availability

The product is available worldwide immediately for download at https://www.orcad.com/techserv/spiceupdat.htm. Existing PSpice 9.1 simulator users can receive the PSpice simulator update free of charge by visiting the Web site. New customers can purchase the product by calling 800-671-9505. For new customers in North America, PSpice simulator pricing starts at $4,495 (U.S.). For pricing and availability outside of North America, contact your local Cadence office or distributor.

About Cadence

Cadence is the largest supplier of electronic design automation products, methodology services, and design services used to accelerate and manage the design of semiconductors, computer systems, networking and telecommunications equipment, consumer electronics, and a variety of other electronics-based products. The Cadence PCB Systems Division, the worldwide PCB EDA market leader, addresses the entire range of design needs in the PCB market, with complete tool suites available on Windows, Windows NT, and UNIX platforms. With more than 4,000 employees and 1998 annual sales of 1.3 billion, Cadence has sales offices, design centers, and research facilities located around the world. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., and traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol CDN. More information about the company and its products and services may be obtained from the World Wide Web at http://www.cadence.com.

Cadence, the Cadence logo, and Concept are registered trademarks and CIS is a trademark of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. OrCAD, OrCAD Capture and PSpice are registered trademarks of OrCAD, Inc. All OrCAD trademarks become property of Cadence as of January 1, 2000. All other trademarks are properties of their respective holders.

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