CST - Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) announces the release of version 2009 of the electromagnetic simulation software CST STUDIO SUITE™, including its flagship product CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS).
Researchers and design engineers use CST STUDIO SUITE™ for the analysis and optimisation of EM based components. By choosing the most appropriate solver technology, making use of sophisticated import filters, and automated optimization and parametric studies, design throughput can be significantly augmented.
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® users can gain up to 40% performance improvements for electromagnetic simulations with Acceleware’s next generation of software acceleration products.
Acceleware® Corp. (TSX-V: AXE), a leading developer of high performance computing applications, and Computer Simulation Technology (CST), a supplier of leading edge electromagnetic (EM) simulation software, today announced a new CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) based Acceleware solution for accelerating EM simulations with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS). Trial tests of this new acceleration product have delivered performance gains of up to 40% compared to the current product.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces the appointment of AgetoMTT as sales representatives in Scandinavia.
AgetoMTT represents over 38 manufacturers within the field of RF & Microwave products and services will be distributing CST’s products in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. With offices in Sweden and Finland, AgetoMTT offers expert, local sales and support.
Peter Vesters, Managing Director from AgetoMTT said “We are delighted to be adding CST’s leading edge EM design software to our product portfolio."
"CST has enjoyed constantly strong growth in Scandinavia and is happy to have found a partner who can guarantee excellent customer service in this region,” commented Marko Walter, Sales Director, CST. “We know that AgetoMTT's experience, gained while representing Flomerics’ EM product line, will prove invaluable in supporting sales of CST STUDIO SUITE™."
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces ground-breaking performance enhancement to the market and technology leading CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) time domain solver. A parallelization based on the Message Passing Interface (MPI) has been implemented in version 2009 which enables the solution to extremely large problems by employing computer clusters, thus extending the boundaries of 3D EM simulation.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) previews the next generation of electromagnetic simulation software, CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2009, including its flagship product CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS), at booth #933 at MTT-S IMS 2008.
Design engineers use CST STUDIO SUITE™ products to solve electromagnetic problems, utilizing the most appropriate solver technology, sophisticated import filters, and automated optimization and parametric studies.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST), announces an increase in product sales by 27% in 2007 compared to calendar year 2006.
2007 was a successful year for CST. Besides CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® strengthening its position as market and technology leader in time domain EM field simulation, the complete technology approach to 3D EM simulation, introduced with CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006, which allows design engineers to choose the most appropriate numerical method for their application within one user interface, was very well received by the community. Product sales of CST STUDIO SUITE increased 27% compared to calendar year 2006.
CST announces a series of customer centric workshops focusing on high frequency system design challenges.
The series investigates how new technology will benefit designers working in the high speed data, power integrity and EMC/EMI areas, as well as on optical applications. Following some recent acquisitions, CST can now offer advanced workflows to cover all major aspects of electromagnetic system design and optimization and this new technology will be explained through a series of CST and partner customer presentations.
Presenting partners include, GM, Verigy, Cisco, Agilent, Finisar and Continental Automotive.
Full details and agendas can be found at http://www.cst.com/Content/Events/Workshops.aspx.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST), announces the addition of two new products to CST STUDIO SUITE™ at DesignCon, booth # 311. The development of CST PCB STUDIO™ and CST CABLE STUDIO™ is a result of the acquisition of a stake in SimLab Software GmbH in 2007.
Design engineers and researchers interested in SI/PI and EMC/EMI analysis will benefit from highly efficient, proven simulation algorithms, advanced imports, and unmatched user-friendliness through full integration in CST DESIGN ENVIRONMENT™. CST PCB STUDIO and CST CABLE STUDIO can expose EMC issues early in the design process, reducing the number of expensive cut and try iterations.
Darmstadt, Germany, February 1st 2008, Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces it has completed the acquisition of the Flomerics electromagnetics simulation software business including MicroStripes and FLO/EMC.
The acquisition of the business line was closed as planned on January 31st 2008, including the transfer of EM technology.
“We are thrilled with this acquisition,” commented Dr. Bernhard Wagner, Managing Director, CST. “Both the new technology and people really complement CST’s existing business, and the synergies will certainly benefit both current and future customers.”
December 21st, 2007 – Computer Simulation Technology (CST), announces winners of CST University Publication Award 2007 .
The CST University Publication Award is an annual grant to university institutes and researchers for their work in the application of 3D EM field simulation. Now in this its fourth year, the quality of the publications was outstanding. Prerequisites for participation are that the papers are authored or co-authored by academic researchers, published either in scientific journals or conference proceedings, and the numerical results are entirely or in part obtained through simulation using CST software products. Submissions are evaluated on a number of criteria including originality of the application or the theory, clarity of presentation, as well as the skilful usage of CST software features.
DARMSTADT, Germany, 20 December 2007, Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces the acquisition of the Flomerics electromagnetics simulation software business including MicroStripes and FLO/EMC with effect from 1 January 2008.
Through this acquisition, CST will gain complementary EM technology for its customers; of particular interest is the transmission line matrix (TLM) method, as an alternative Time Domain approach. Furthermore, Flomerics’ strong position in the emc market and related specialised product features will offer new possibilities to CST’s users, also operating in this market.
CST - Computer Simulation Technology announces its new product release CST STUDIO SUITE™ version 2008 is now shipping. CST STUDIO SUITE™ offers RF & microwave, SI and EMC engineers considerable product to market advantages such as shorter development cycles, virtual prototyping before physical trials, and optimization instead of experimentation. Version 2008 promises users significant enhancements, particularly in the critical areas of workflow integration and performance.
CST of America®, Inc. announces the 5th North American Users' Forum to be held February 4th 2008 in Santa Clara, CA. The conference will provide an opportunity for users of CST’s products to present and discuss their work to a wide audience of interested parties.
CST - Computer Simulation Technology demonstrates the upcoming release CST STUDIO SUITE™ version 2008, including the industry standard 3D EM time domain tool, CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® at booth #906 during EuMW 2007.
CST STUDIO SUITE™ offers considerable product to market advantages such as shorter development cycles, virtual prototyping before physical trials, and optimization instead of experimentation. Version 2008 promises significant enhancements, particularly in the critical areas of workflow integration and performance.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces the acquisition of the LINMIC software package, including source code and all IP rights.
LINMIC is an EM based and layout oriented EDA software package which has been developed since the early 1980ties by Dr. Rolf Jansen, currently professor at Aachen University of Technology, and further developed and supported by AC Microwave GmbH. The design suite consists of several solver engines for MW+RF/IC linear and non-linear circuits, planar EM, device modelling, and coaxial structures, and is known for having robust HF circuit models that are valid for a large frequency range. LINMIC also contains a number of exceptional features such as distributed device modelling and the accurate analysis of high power transistors.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces further acceleration boost for the upcoming version 2008 of its market and technology leading Time Domain solver within CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) through Acceleware’s new ClusterInABox™ D30.
RF design engineers involved in the electromagnetic design and optimization of complex or electrically larger passive components, as well as those interested in signal integrity or electromagnetic compatibility effects, can now take advantage of the performance gained by the combination of the simulation accuracy of CST’s proprietary Perfect Boundary Approximation (PBA)® and Acceleware’s new ClusterInABox™ D30.
Computer Simulation Technology GmbH (CST), and SimLab Software GmbH (SimLab) today announce the signing of a participation and cooperation agreement. By this agreement: CST has acquired a stake in SimLab; joint research and development activities will become more intense; and the two companies will work together more closely in the area of sales and marketing.
Design engineers interested in SI/PI and EMC/EMI effects will profit from this cooperation through increased intensity in SimLab’s product development and support. In addition, the agreement will facilitate the smooth integration of SimLab’s cutting edge tools with CST’s full wave analysis.
CST welcomed over 40 Signal- and Power-Integrity engineers to the "EDA goes 3D" workshop held on June the 27th in Santa Clara, California.
During this event, applications such as multilayer printed circuit boards (PCBs), IC packaging, LTCC transitions were examined, and the application of 3D EM simulation discussed.
"We are pleased with the resonance of this workshop. It clearly shows the demand for 3D simulation in this industry and the acceptance of CST’s solutions," commented one of the organizers Dr. Antonio Ciccomancini Scogna. This workshop was the second in its series.