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Nascentric Hires Scott Jacobson

San Jose, CA | Posted on November 29th, 2007

Nascentric, Inc. an Electronic Design Automation (EDA) company focused on providing the fastest, highest capacity, and most accurate SPICE simulation and analysis tools, announced today the hiring of Scott Jacobson as Vice President of Applications and Business Development.

"Scott's track record of building and managing a global sales and support organization is exactly what we need as we rapidly expand our worldwide presence," said Rahm Shastry, President and CEO of Nascentric.

"Nascentric has all the ingredients of a successful company - a compelling, next-generation simulator, a world-class team and an exceptional set of investors. I look forward to nurturing our global sales and support team to serve our rapidly growing customer base," said Jacobson.

Scott Jacobson joins Nascentric as a 20 year technology industry veteran. He was formerly Vice President of Information Services at rXcel, and prior to that served as the Director of the Library Services Business Unit at Synopsys, managing an 80 person worldwide organization. Jacobson also managed an international team of support specialists as Director of Applications Engineering at Sequence Design and served as Director of Strategic Marketing at ZLand Corporation. He gained his initial hardware design experience at Boeing Aerospace and holds a BSEE from Washington State University.

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About Nascentric, Inc.
Nascentric is a privately held company that develops and markets a patented, next-generation Fast-SPICE simulator for analysis and functional verification of complex nanometer designs. Nascentric products allow designers to quickly simulate, analyze and verify larger and more complex circuits, improve design quality, and facilitate higher yields. The Nascentric management team brings decades of combined electrical engineering and electronic design automation experience to bear on the challenge of delivering full-chip simulation and analysis focused on eliminating silicon re-spins due to nanometer effects.

Nascentric, the Nascentric logo, and AuSIM are trademarks and registered trademarks of Nascentric, Inc. All other company or product names are the registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners. For more information call 1-512-225-8800, or visit us on the web at http://www.nascentric.com .

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