SAN JOSE – Cadence Design Systems and Dassault Systèmes have combined Dassault Systèmes' 3DExperience platform with Cadence Allegro PCB design software to enable multidiscipline modeling, simulation and optimization of connected electronic systems.

The collaborative virtual twin experiences integrate capabilities for electronic and mechanical product lifecycle management, business process analytics and multidiscipline electronic systems development, engineering and traceability. This holistic virtual model provides a real-time view of electrical and mechanical simulation, manufacturing and supply chain execution for the product lifecycle.

“Every industry is overwhelmed with product complexity due to electrification, security, connectivity, sustainability, AI/ML, cloud, supply chain/regulatory challenges and more,” said Tom Beckley, senior vice president and general manager, Custom IC & PCB Group, Cadence. “Cadence is the global leader for the design and analysis of complex IP, semiconductors, advanced IC packaging, PCBs and electrical systems. Combined with Dassault Systèmes’ powerful 3DExperience platform, customers now have an opportunity to transform their enterprise inclusive of electronics, mechanical, manufacturing and product lifecycle management. We are excited about our strategic partnership with Dassault Systèmes, which enables electromechanical virtual twin experiences for rapid product realization.”

“Connected electronic systems are raising the standards in all industries in the experience economy, where the value of a product comes from its usage,” said Philippe Laufer, executive vice president global brands, Dassault Systèmes. “Companies must shift from product thinking to experience thinking in their development processes to deliver the experiences consumers want and to succeed in this economy. Our strategic partnership with Cadence will revolutionize the development of high-performance electronic systems by enabling collaboration around virtual twin experiences.”


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