SiSoft™ is a full-service EDA company providing award-winning simulation software, methodology training and consulting services for system-level high-speed design.

We partner with our customers to solve today's most challenging signal integrity problems. SiSoft’s consultants can analyze your high-speed design for you, or provide the tools and training you need to perform high-speed design analysis in-house. SiSoft provides a full range of model development, design analysis and methodology training services.
 
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Simulation Software
Quantum Channel Designer® is the Industry's Premier Channel Simulator for the design and analysis of multi-Gigabit serial links and a DesignVision Award Winner.
 
Quantum-SI™ is the leading solution for integrated signal integrity, timing and crosstalk analysis of high-speed parallel interfaces.

Automate comprehensive pre- and post-route analysis of high speed interfaces

Explore hundreds of design tradeoffs automatically, quickly optimizing designs for cost, reliability and performance with Design Space Exploration.

Consulting Services
SiSoft consultants understand system design and how today’s complex systems need to be constructed to ensure design success.

We are experienced at performing rigorous signal integrity, timing, crosstalk, and power integrity analysis for complex multi-board systems, advanced packages, ASICs, custom ICs, and complex interconnects.

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eLEARNING CENTER
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