Printer Friendly

SynTest Adds Test Veteran to Manage East Coast Sales.

SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 5, 1999--

SynTest Technologies, Inc., an EDA Company and supplier of DFT tools for IC designers and foundries, today announced that Paul Carnaggio has been appointed as a SynTest's Sr. Account Manager, handling the East Coast.

Carnaggio is based in Pittsburgh, and reports to SynTest's founder and president, L.-T. Wang. He is responsible for growing SynTest presence and key accounts in the Eastern USA.

SynTest's DFT products help designers improve electronic product reliability and quality, and reduce manufacturing test time.

L.-T. Wang noted, "We are very pleased to have Paul Carnaggio join us. He is a tester veteran with more than 25 years experience. He adds sales and tester experience to our sales executive team. His solid background in tester automation provides our customers with someone who really understands the link from DFT to testers."

Previously Carnaggio was a Division Sales Manager at GenRad, and Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Daymarc and Cimflex Teknowledge.

SynTest's DFT Products

SynTest's RTL products include TurboBIST-SRAM(TM) for memory testing, TurboFCE(TM), a fault coverage enhancement tool for Verilog test benches; and TurboCheck(TM), a design and testability analyzer. These products work with popular RTL fault simulators.

SynTest's gate-level products include TurboBSD(TM), a boundary-scan test suite; TurboCheck(TM), a design and testability analyzer; TurboIDDQ(TM), an IDDQ test pattern selector, and TurboScan(TM), a partial-scan and full-scan synthesis and ATPG program, and TurboFault(TM), a fast software fault simulator.

SynTest's products are all available for UNIX platforms. TurboFCE, TurboCheck, TurboBist-SRAM, and TurboScan are available for the Windows NT platform.

SynTest Technologies, Inc. develops and markets DFT software tools and offers consulting services throughout the world. SynTest's products improve a design's testability and fault coverage and result in reduced defect levels and tester time. The company was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, with offices in Japan, Taiwan and Korea. The company has distributors in the UK, Germany, Scandinavia and Israel.

SynTest has over 80 customers worldwide, including semiconductor companies, ASIC designers and test groups.

SynTest Technologies, Inc. is located at 505 S. Pastoria Ave, Suite 101, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, USA, 408/720-9956, Fax: 408/720-9960, info@SynTest.com, www.SynTest.com.

Note to Editors: TurboBIST-SRAM, TurboBSD, TurboCheck, TurboFault, TurboFault-RTL, TurboFCE, TurboIDDQ and TurboScan are trademarks of SynTest Technologies, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. A photo of Carnaggio is available on request. He can be reached at 412/835-2190 or paul@syntest.com. -0-

Acronyms and definitions:

DFT: Design-for-Test
EDA: Electronic Design Automation
IC: Integrated Circuit
RTL: Register Transfer-Level (a design description above
 gate-level netlists)
COPYRIGHT 1999 Business Wire
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 1999, Gale Group. All rights reserved. Gale Group is a Thomson Corporation Company.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Business Wire
Date:Jul 5, 1999
Words:438
Previous Article:TSMC Validates Cadence Parasitic Extractor on Processes Down to 0.18 Micron; Cadence Assura HyperExtract Tool Key to Leading-Edge...
Next Article:Wescam Announces Sale of Non Core Business Assets.
Topics:


Related Articles
SynTest Introduces a Fault Coverage Enhancer, Enters the Windows NT Market, and Upgrades Its Testability Checker and Fault Simulator.
SynTest Adds More European Distributors for Its DFT solutions; Distribution partners signed for Germany, the UK and Ireland, as well as France and...
Cadence and SynTest Announce Partnership for One Pass Test Synthesis.
Mobius Realty Holdings to make research public.
GIRLS' SOCCER: NO. 2 ECR PROVES BETTER ON BALANCE ECR 2, G.H. 0.
Prototron Circuits.
Veterans celebrate as work starts on new home.
Veteran developer snaps up $82m Manhattan site.
Tapco Circuit Supply.
Relocation service swooped up.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters