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The 2019 HF1 production release for Clarity, Celsius, and Sigrity Tools is now available for download at Cadence Downloads.
For information about supported platforms, compatibility with other Cadence tools, and details of key issues resolved in the Sigrity 2019 HF1 production release, see the README.txt file.
At the time of publishing, the link above was functional. If you encounter any links that are now obsolete, visit https://downloads.cadence.com, click the LINUX or WINDOWS tab, and select the SIGRITY2019 release name to access the related files.
Here is a list of some of the important updates in the Sigrity 2019 HF1 production release:
For detailed information, refer to the Clarity 3D Layout User Guide and Clarity 3D Workbench User Guide on Cadence Support portal.
For detailed information, refer to the Celsius Thermal Solver User Guide on Cadence Support portal.
You can now perform GDS to SPD translation without importing a .map, .layermap or .tech file in Gds2Spd Translator. The translator also lets you specify the design type for translation, set up layers and labels for translation, perform automatic clustering of vias, and translate dielectric layers as metal layers.
For detailed information, refer to the Translators User Guide on Cadence Support portal.
This is an early notification for the users who use Sigrity Aurora, Allegro® IDA, Topology Explorer, or SystemSI products. Starting from the Allegro 17.4-2019 QIR1 release, to be able to use these products, you will have to install the following two releases:
On Windows, when you install Sigrity 2019 HF1 or a later version, the installer will automatically set the SIGRITY_EDA_DIR environment variable to point from the SPB installation to the Sigrity installation directory. However, in Linux, you will need to manually set this environment variable after installing Sigrity 2019 HF1 or later version. This setting can also be specified in the Allegro environment file.
For more details about these and all the other new and enhanced features introduced in this release, see What's New in Sigrity 2019 HF1.
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