Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, October 21 2002
Semiconductor intellectual property (IP) provider CAST, Inc. today announced the signing of a new consulting agreement with IP solutions experts The LogicWorks. Under this agreement, The LogicWorks will identify and qualify potential matches for CAST's broad line of IP cores with system on chip (SoC) and other development projects at electronic products producers throughout the United States.
"Jon Atwood and The LogicWorks are dedicated to helping designers find the best possible IP solution for their particular project, and we believe that CAST can provide that solution for a great many companies," said Bill Finch, vice president of sales for CAST.
“Our work with design houses struggling to reap the benefits of IP-based design shows the need for a vendor like CAST," said Jon Atwood, president of The Logicworks. "Designers look to us for the right IP, the related infrastructure, and the assistance to make it all work. CAST goes a long way by providing a wide range of high-quality, cost-effective cores, with the support and technical know-how to back them up."
About The LogicWorks
The LogicWorks combines electronic development experience with IP market savvy to help companies complete products quicker while achieving the highest return on their IP investment. The company specializes in assessing the needs of a complex design project, identifying the most suitable cores from hundreds of IP suppliers, and providing design-in services to help ensure smooth IP integration. IP training and management of customization and other engineering functions are also available. The company was founded by electronics industry veteran and former executive of Synopsys Professional Services Jon Atwood, and is based near Boston.
Contact: Jon Atwood, The LogicWorks, 46 Longfellow Road, Wellesley Hills, MA. 02481
Phone: 781-237-4212 Fax: 781-772-1076 email@example.com www.thelogicworks.com www.thelogicworks.com
About CAST, Inc.
CAST provides general purpose IP (gpIP), a broad range of popular and standards-based cores that includes processors, interfaces, and application-specific functions for multimedia and encryption. Designers use these cores so they can concentrate on the more unique, creative aspects of their system designs, or to quickly incorporate technology beyond their normal expertise. Privately owned and operating since 1993 with a focus on making IP practical and affordable, the company has established a reputation for high-quality products, simple licensing, and responsive technical support. CAST is located near New York City, and works with an international network of IP developers and distributors.