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Today IntelliSense announced a major new version of its market leading software for the MEMS/Nano industry, IntelliSuite v8.2. Continuing in its tradition of releasing two major software upgrades every year, IntelliSuite v8.2 (2007) introduces several groundbreaking industry first features.

IntelliSuite™ Does Nano: a Major New Version of the Leading MEMS/Nano Software from IntelliSense

Boston, MA | Posted on April 11th, 2007

IntelliSense CEO, Sandeep Akkaraju said, "With IntelliSuite v8.2, we have now entered the nano domain. Researchers have been clamoring for software to enable the development of next generation micro/nano devices. NEMS (NanoElectroMechanical Systems) based resonators and Carbon Nanotube (CNT) based devices have a potential to provide a breakthrough in a number of disciplines ranging from computing, displays, medical devices, sensing, and telecommunications. IntelliSuite v8.2 enables the design of nanostructures and MEMS combined with nanostructures such as CNTs."

In addition, v8.2 expands IntelliSense's lead in providing industry's leading multiphysics capability. "Our customers have been demanding capabilities that increases the coupling between various physical domains, v8.2 takes multi-domain simulation to the next level. Next generation device design will depend upon seamless integration of fully coupled thermal, mechanical, piezo, electrostatic, magnetostatic, fluidic and high frequency electromagnetic simulation. Our focus in 2007 will be to enable interaction between these varied simulation domains in a single package."

The highlights of the latest installment of IntelliSuite include:

* Nanoscale and Carbon Nanotube simulation capabilities
* Thermo-Electro-Magneto-Mechanical (TEMM) module that allows for the design and simulation of electrostatic and magnetostatic and Lorentz force based sensors and actuators
* New 3D Boundary Element Formulation based Full Wave analysis solver designed for Fast Impedance extraction and signal integrity analysis
* Full 3D Coupled Electrostatic-Mechanical-Fluidic and High Frequency (RF FullWave) simulator optimized for the design of RF-MEMS
* Electrowetting on dielectric (EWOD) based digital microfluidics module
* VisualEase™, advanced data visualization and data exploration module

Total MEMS Solutions™


About IntelliSense
IntelliSense ignited the MEMS industry in the early 1990s with its IntelliSuite® family of innovative CAD tools -- and is now the leading innovator and supplier of design and development solutions for the MEMS professional. With users in more than 30 countries, IntelliSense offers software tools, custom design, and supply chain management taking customers from concept to market.

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John Bloomsburgh

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