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Mentor Graphics® is a leader in electronic design automation software. We enable companies to develop better electronic products faster and more cost-effectively. Our innovative products and solutions help engineers conquer design challenges in the increasingly complex worlds of board and chip design.

Mentor’s CFD software provides fast, accurate, and design-centric 1D and 3D thermal simulation to mechanical and electrical engineers working in automotive, electronics, aerospace, and process engineering. With Mentor CFD, fluid flow and heat-transfer simulation can be frontloaded into your CAD and EDA software of choice so that you can optimize a thermal solution early in the design process. To find out more about how CFD can be used to accelerate your design cycle, visit us at

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Last days of the car guys

Leland Teschler • Executive Editor On Twitter @ DW—LeeTeschler The time when autonomous vehicles dominate the roads will mark the end of the auto industry as we know it. That was the message from now-retired GM vice chairman Bob Lutz who spoke recently at an automotive electronics forum sponsored by Mentor Graphics, a Siemens [Read More]

Increasing design reliability with virtual HALT simulation

Craig Armenti, PCB marketing engineer, Board Systems Div., Mentor Graphics. Highly Accelerated Lifecycle Testing (HALT) is the gold standard for physical testing of a product to determine reliability issues. Deriving the physical constraints and fatigue issues for a design prior to manufacturing is essential to reduce board failure and improve product quality. Reliable products have […]

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Medical software development – where safety meets security

The medical industry is seeing increased scrutiny for both safety and security in devices. Cyber security is becoming a must-have feature. Fortunately, there is significant overlap between the practices for safety and security, and it is vital to understand both the similarities and differences between the two principles. Andrew Caples, Senior Product Manager, Embedded Systems [Read More]