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Carbon Design Systems reports year-over-year growth

System-on-chip (SoC) company Carbon Design Systems has closed calendar year 2010 with year-over-year growth of 35 per cent and generated positive cash flow as it continues to build momentum in the virtual platform market.

It experienced growth in all geographies worldwide and added substantial contributions from its new Carbon IP Exchange online offering.

During the course of 2010, Carbon introduced Carbon IP Exchange, a web portal that includes models from key SoC intellectual property vendors, including ARM, Cadence, Elliptic, MIPS, Tensilica, Verisilicon and Vivante.

Carbon also added solutions for software developers with the industry’s best integration of ARM Fast Models to complement its substantial portfolio of ARM cycle-accurate models. 

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