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July 08, 2010 12:56 ET

Docea Power's Aceplorer Recognized as Best EDA Software of the Year by French Electronics Experts, Receives "Electron d'Or 2010" Award

GRENOBLE, FRANCE--(Marketwire - July 8, 2010) -  Docea Power, the design-for-low-power company, has won the French electronics industry's annual Electron d'Or awards in the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) category for 2010. Organized by France's leading trade publication, ElectroniqueS magazine and granted by an independent jury of electronics industry experts, the 13th Electron d'Or selection rewards Docea Power's Aceplorer power and thermal modeling platform as the best EDA software of the year because it offers an innovative solution for exploring energy consumption and heat dissipation in chips and electronic systems.

"We are honored to receive the prestigious Electron d'Or award and to have Aceplorer recognized for its ability to win the EDA power and temperature battle with system-level exploration," said Ghislain Kaiser, CEO of Docea Power.

With Aceplorer, designers can explore the best strategies to secure and optimize the power and thermal specifications of any electronic systems whatever their complexity may be.

Docea was founded in 2006 to develop level-system solutions that analyze and optimize the energy consumption and thermal behavior of electronic design architectures while taking into account the upstream effects in an electronic design cycle where energy gains can reach 70 percent. Docea's first product, Aceplorer, a power and thermal modeling platform, is now being used by US and European semiconductor manufacturers, including developers of integrated circuits for mobile applications.

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