Did you know - Cadence Virtuoso integrates with ClearCase? And even better... the latest fix pack has more features to offer…
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With IBM® Rational® ClearCase® - Cadence Integration, IBM brings its enterprise configuration and change management solution to analog, radio frequency, or mixed signal designers using Cadence Design Framework. This allows you to take advantage of core capabilities of IBM Rational ClearCase, without leaving your familiar design environment. This integration allows custom chip designers to complete ClearCase actions while in the Cadence Design Framework II toolset. This makes parallel development, co-development, and co-management of hardware and software domains and artifacts possible. Having common SCM tools for hardware and software development results in more flexibility in system integration and offers several other advantages. The following article describes those advantages and some of the important features of the ClearCase-Cadence integration – Integrate IBM Rational ClearCase with Cadence Design Framework II
Some of the benefits offered by this integration are as follows:
Starting with ClearCase 18.104.22.168 and ClearCase 22.214.171.124, the Cadence Design Framework integration is included with ClearCase as a component that can be installed as part of the ClearCase install with IBM Installation Manager. For information on installing and upgrading Cadence Virtuoso Integration, refer to Infocenter here. And for detailed system requirements refer here.
The latest fix-pack release includes the following new features:
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Along with the recent release of Rational ClearCase fix packs 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52, a new version (1.3) of the ClearCase Integration with Cadence Design Framework II was released making it the fourth version of the integration since 2010.
To learn more about the Cadence integration be sure to check out the upcoming Webcast which is hosted by the Rational User Community (RUC) with discussions from our very own software development team members Peter Hack and Mike Nellis.