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Pulsonix signs technology agreement with SnapEDA

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Westdev Ltd., a printed circuit board (pcb) EDA company delivering technology-leading electronic design solutions has signed a technology agreement with Toronto-based SnapEDA to export its component libraries for Pulsonix customers.

“Working with a start-up company like SnapEDA from the beginning will enable us to provide our customer base with an extended range of high quality Parts libraries and their associated symbols” comments Bob Williams, marketing director of Westdev Ltd. “SnapEDA’s search facility to over 25-million electronic components and its vast CAD library will provide a valuable additional parts resource for our Pulsonix users.”

Natasha Baker, founder of SnapEDA further comments, “Electronic designers spend hours creating library parts, a tedious and time-consuming task that detracts them from their designs. Working with Pulsonix, SnapEDA provides access to over 100,000 schematic symbols and pcb footprints that designers can download and incorporate into their designs instantly to drastically boost their productivity, while enabling our expansion into their dynamic user base.”

Parts on the SnapEDA site are free for immediate download from the company’s website at www.snapeda.com. Introduced in 2001, Pulsonix EDA software has made its mark to set the standard for high performance schematic design capture, simulation, pcb layout and autorouting. SnapEDA is a platform for electronic design and manufacturing that is making it easier for designers to move from idea to finished product.



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