Unique solutions that help IC manufacturing scale place Tela in Top 20 of prestigious list of important and quality innovation portfolios

LOS GATOS, Calif. – January 9, 2012 – Tela Innovations, which provides design solutions to enable continued cost-effective scaling of semiconductor manufacturing, has been ranked by IEEE Spectrum magazine as being among the leaders of the semiconductor and electronics industry for the quality and potential impact of its patents. In the 2012 edition of its prestigious Patent Power list, the publication ranks Tela 11th in the Semiconductor Manufacturing category, placing the company alongside major suppliers such as Samsung (#1), SanDisk (#2), Broadcom (#4), Intel (#12) and Rambus (#13).

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DAC 2013 Austin: Celebrating 50 years of Innovation AUSTIN, TX | JUNE 2-6

DAC is the premier conference devoted to the design and automation of electronic systems (EDA), embedded systems and software (ESS), and intellectual property (IP). Coventor will once again be participating and demonstrating how our MEMS design solution integrates with traditional IC design environments from companies like Cadence and The MathWorks.

Booth Number is 1815

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Tela Presents Sub 12nm Results at SPIE 2013

Sub-12nm Optical Lithography with 4x Pitch Division and SMO-Lite™
— SPIE 2013
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TSMC Technology Symposium – April 9, 2013

Tuesday, April 9th
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
San Jose, CA
Booth 501

Tela Named one of Top 10 Tech Start-ups to Watch in 2013

by Peter Clarke

Processors, memory, manufacturing processes, chip architecture, EDA, MEMS, RF, touch screens, servers and the Internet of Things are markets where startups can still make a difference.

What follows are ten rising companies worth tracking in 2013.

Tela Innovations

Tela Innovations Inc. (Los Gatos, Calif.) was founded in 2005 and started by working with Qualcomm on computational lithography with a view to the extraction of multi mask information for the double patterning era.

Tela’s technology is delivered as physical design representation applied to standard cell logic and embedded SRAM, analog and I/O that can result in area savings and reduced leakage current. The company offers gate-length trade-offs for power, performance and area within its libraries. Tela has also specialized in working with customers’ IP development teams to get the technology into production.

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