SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 9, 2015) - eSilicon Corporation, a leading independent semiconductor design and manufacturing solutions provider, today announced the addition of Jens Andersen as its new vice president of business development for the recently announced eSilicon® STAR online IC design virtualization platform.
"With nearly 20 years' experience in business and EDA technology, Jens will play a pivotal role in driving existing and new programs supporting our leadership position in design virtualization," said Mike Gianfagna, eSilicon's vice president of marketing. "Bringing his well-established network, Jens will focus on partnership activities with our supply chain to bring our online technology and community to the next level."
Prior to eSilicon, Jens was CEO of Invarian, an EDA company offering full-chip sign-off analysis that was acquired by Silvaco. He previously held executive management and sales positions at Cadabra DA, Nangate, Numerical Technologies, Zenasis Technologies and Synopsys.
"It is exciting to be joining the eSilicon team," said Andersen. "The company's new STAR platform and online focus is laying the groundwork for a more efficient and intuitive approach to semiconductor design and manufacturing. I believe the impact of this work will be felt worldwide, thanks to the reach of the Internet."
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