Gardena, CA - February 9, 2003 - Intusoft announced today its web and client-server networking application, IsSpice4 Server. It is licensed to run on a remote server primarily targeted for web-based services. The package includes Intusoft's simulation kernel (IsSpice4), ICAP simulation environment and associated libraries, to run on Windows 2000 servers.
Businesses that employ client-server networking desire self-running or interactive operation of their products on prescribed circuit topologies. Examples include semiconductor manufacturers that showcase select integrated circuit's for users to simulate within various test configurations; coil manufacturers to display response curves of various core materials; or power supply manufacturers to enable interactive testing using a variety of ICs on designs.
The web-based application can run in multiple threads and is licensed for 1, 2 and 4 processors. In all, this advantageously positions the offering to manage multiple design topologies not warranting high user interaction, a characteristic operand with web-based services.
Intusoft's optional time-locked annual fee is a cost effective means to start web-based services and allows acquisition of additional licenses at any time to balance customer demand.
Established in 1985, Intusoft designs, develops and markets award-winning software to electronics industries worldwide. Its products comprise a breadth of applications geared for analog and mixed-signal circuit design, analysis and test automation. Information on Intusoft and its products is provided at: www.intusoft.com.