EDA Solutions celebrates 10 years delivering analogue and mixed-signal design solutions

EDA Solutions, sole representative in Europe for Tanner EDA, Incentia Design Systems and MOSIS, is celebrating its 10th birthday this month.
The company commenced operations in November 2001, originally based in Southampton, UK, as sole representative in Europe for Tanner EDA’s analogue and mixed-signal software design tools. One month later, in December 2001, the company was also appointed as sole representative for the low-cost prototyping and small-volume production services of MOSIS.

Pictured are Steve Attfield (left), Sales Manager for Northern Europe, and Paul Double, Managing Director, in front of the Diamond Light Source, the UK's national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire, UK.

The company has grown in terms of sales in every year of its 10-year existence culminating in its recent appointment, in September 2011, as sole representative in Europe for Incentia Design Systems.
“We’re extremely proud of our ten years in providing best-in-class low-cost analogue and mixed-signal design solutions from Tanner EDA and fabrication services from MOSIS,” said Paul Double, Managing Director at EDA Solutions. “We enter our 11th year in business with significantly increased vigour and great excitement following our recent appointment as sole representative for Incentia, enabling us to address analogue, mixed-signal and digital designs in new applications to customers across Europe. And we now look forward to delivering our customary exceptional support to customers for the next ten years.”

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