- Mountain View, California
- Synopsys is the Silicon to Software partner for companies that develop electronic products and software applications.
- Aart Geus, Steven Sharp
- EDA, Software, Information Technology, Information Services
Synopsys is the Silicon to Software partner for companies that develop electronic products and software applications. The software company provides electronic design automation (EDA), semiconductor IP, software quality, and security solutions.
The company’s portfolio of services includes tool and methodology consulting, design flow deployment, SoC integration and verification, core optimization, physical design assistance, and FPGA-based prototyping.
It develops end-to-end solutions, industry solutions, technical platforms, and Lynx design systems.
Synopsys offers tools for prototyping and power electronic systems, verification, implementation and signoff, manufacturing, TCAD, and optical solutions.
The company manages and operates various IPs, including Wired Interface IP, Wireless Interface IP, Security IP, Analog IP, and SoC Infrastructure IP.
Synopsys was founded by Dr. Aart de Geus and a team of engineers in 1986 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California with over 110 offices located throughout North America, South America, Europe, Japan, Asia, and India.
|May 23, 2016||Gold Standard Simulations||Unknown|
|May 17, 2016||Simpleware||Unknown|
|Mar 3, 2016||WinterLogic||Unknown|
|Dec 18, 2015||Goanna Software||Unknown|
|Nov 6, 2015||Protecode||Unknown|
|Jun 30, 2015||Elliptic Technologies||Unknown|
|Jun 7, 2015||Atrenta||Unknown|
|Apr 20, 2015||Codenomicon||Unknown|
|Feb 19, 2014||Coverity||$375M (terms undisclosed)|
|Feb 7, 2014||Target Compiler Technologies||Unknown|
|Aug, 2010||CiraNova||$8.55M / Venture||—|
|Dec, 2009||Arteris||$9.7M / Series D||—|
|May, 2008||Arteris||$7.5M / Series C||—|
|May, 2008||Prover Technology||undisclosed amount / Undisclosed||—|
|Mar, 2008||CiraNova||$5.25M / Venture||—|
|Jun, 2007||Arteris||$8.1M / Series B (Lead)||—|
|Feb, 2006||AWR Corporation||$6.4M / Venture||—|
|Feb, 2004||Inovys||$16.3M / Series C||—|
|Apr, 2003||Pixim||$22M / Series D||—|
|Mar, 2002||Silicon Access Networks||$39M / Series D||—|
|Oct, 2001||Pixim||$16.5M / Series C||—|
|Jun, 2001||Blackstone Technology Group||$12.6M / Series B||—|
|Feb, 2001||Chameleon Systems||$47M / Series C||—|
|Oct, 2000||Silicon Access Networks||$56M / Series C||—|
|Jun, 2000||Lightspeed||$25M / Private Equity||—|
|Jun, 2000||Lightspeed Semiconductor||$25M / Venture||—|
|Feb, 2000||Silicon Access Networks||$28M / Series B||—|
|Dec, 1999||Interactive Silicon||undisclosed amount / Series B||—|
|Aug, 1999||Chameleon Systems||$17.2M / Series B||—|
Current Team (18)Update
|Sep 22, 2016||news.synopsys.com - News Release|
|Sep 8, 2016||synopsys.com - Resources for former Virage Logic Corporation Investors|
|Aug 18, 2016||Business Wire - Susana Marcos Keynotes The Optical Society’s Centennial “Light the Future” Program at Latin American Optics and Photonics|
|Aug 17, 2016||TechCrunch - Intel will start producing ARM chips to boost foundry business|
|Aug 12, 2016||coverity.com - Synopsys Completes Coverity Acquisition|
|Aug 12, 2016||news.synopsys.com - News Release|
|Jul 29, 2016||Quartz - Tech - A company that doesn’t really make chips dethroned Intel with super savvy business moves|
|Jul 28, 2016||Business Wire - Machines Can Learn Ethics and Other Predictions for AI|
690 East Middlefield Road,
Mountain View, California 94043