In the contact center industry, it is not uncommon for an idea or concept to quickly capture the collective imagination of the industry and take on a life of its own. Case in point: the computer-telephony integration (CTI) industry of the mid-1990s. Remember when everything had to have that all-important CTI component? Remember all those exciting CTI applications and demonstrations that never worked but looked really cool? Remember all those CTI companies and the hundreds of people that crowded around their demonstrations at trade shows? I wonder whatever happened to those companies. If you find out, call my Wildfire.

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In the contact center industry, it is not uncommon for an idea or concept to quickly capture the collective imagination of the industry and take on a life of its own. Case in point: the computer-telephony integration (CTI) industry of the mid-1990s. Remember when everything had to have that all-important CTI component? Remember all those exciting CTI applications and demonstrations that never worked but looked really cool? Remember all those CTI companies and the hundreds of people that crowded around their demonstrations at trade shows? I wonder whatever happened to those companies. If you find out, call my Wildfire.

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In the contact center industry, it is not uncommon for an idea or concept to quickly capture the collective imagination of the industry and take on a life of its own. Case in point: the computer-telephony integration (CTI) industry of the mid-1990s. Remember when everything had to have that all-important CTI component? Remember all those exciting CTI applications and demonstrations that never worked but looked really cool? Remember all those CTI companies and the hundreds of people that crowded around their demonstrations at trade shows? I wonder whatever happened to those companies. If you find out, call my Wildfire.

Terms of the deal were not announced, nor is either company saying how many people are leaving Forte to join EMA. Dart said, however, that all of the Forte employees involved with TimingDesigner have been offered jobs at EMA. Forte's Chronology division was located in Redmond, Wash.

Dart said that there are over 10,000 TimingDesigner users, and that the user base is worldwide and continues to grow. Marcano, however, said that TimingDesigner growth has been pretty much stagnant,” although last year there were more new licenses than renewals.

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We're convinced there can still be growth with technology, and with new releases we're looking at,” Marcano said. When we look at the engineering requirements for TimingDesigner, we're convinced we can grow the product line.” One discovery EMA made, Marcano said, is that the product is used by documentation specialists as well as engineers.

Forte brought out a new release of TimingDesigner in December 2005, at which point the product was improved to include tighter integration with vendor-specific board design and FPGA flows.

For EMA, the purchase is a significant move beyond the VAR model. I think it's a natural progression of growing a company,” Marcano said. Our relationship with Cadence is fantastic, but I think the natural progression is to own some IP [intellectual property] and build on that.” While EMA was distributing TimingDesigner only in North America, he noted, the company now plans to sell it on a worldwide basis.

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EMA is perhaps best known for its representation of Cadence's OrCAD and Allegro pc-board design products. Last year, however, EMA added representation of Cadence's Virtuoso custom design platform, Incisive functional verification platform, and design-for-manufacturing technologies.

EMA has made TimingDesigner available to everyone, not just Cadence customers, and will continue to do so, Marcano said. But we're already looking at ways of tying it to Cadence tools,” he said. With signal integrity, for example, we may get some synergy out of TimingDesigner and our Cadence offerings.”

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San Jose, Calif.—In many test-and-measurement applications, ensuring high accuracy time transfer over probabilistic Ethernet networks is desirable. As such, Symmetricom, Inc . is now offering its XLi IEEE 1588 Grandmaster Clock with GPS (Global Positioning System) satellite reference.

Note: The above text is the public part of the press release obtained from the manufacturer (with minor modifications). EETimes Europe cannot be held responsible for the claims and statements made by the manufacturer. The text is intended as a supplement to the new product presentations in EETimes Europe magazine.

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Altera announced at DesignCon that it is demonstrating support for the PCI Express (PCIe) 2.0 specification, as well as showing PCIe 1.1 and 2.0 signals on cables and backplanes, with its Stratix II GX FPGAs. With up to 20 low-power transceivers, the Stratix II GX family is the only high-density production FPGA capable of delivering 100 Gbps of aggregate bandwidth on FR-4 circuit boards and backplanes up to 1 m in length, using the new 5-GT/s PCIe 2.0 specification from PCI-SIG.

The Altera devices can also deliver up to 80 Gbps on 15 m of copper cable on a new cable specified by PCI-SIG last week. Live demonstrations showing Stratix II GX FPGAs' support of the specifications are on display at DesignCon, Santa Clara, Calif., in Altera booth 503 and Molex booth 301.

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