Thalia provides automation tools for RF, analog and mixed-signal technology transfer and circuit optimization, derivative generation and IP creation.
The Indian office will be staffed initially by five analog design and EDA development engineers. Thalia said it expects to grow this number to 25 within 12 to 18 months. The expansion is being driven by a recent funding round, Thalia said (see Insect-inspired EDA firm raises funds ).
"Customers want to re-use their analog IP and establish more structured methodologies for analog design – just as is already the case in the digital world. Investing in a rapid growth of our engineering capabilities will allow us to really tap into that demand," said Rajagopalan, in a statement.
"We already have a number of other customer engagements in progress under non-disclosure: I believe a current of change is now running through the analog design industry," said Rodger Sykes, Thalia executive chairman, in the same statement.
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