IC Mask Design Launches its IC Layout Training Division

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IC Mask Design Limited, a leading Design Services company to the global semiconductor industry, has today launched MASTER-ICÂ?, its Physical Design Training Division. MASTER-ICÂ? incorporates a suite of leading edge training programs covering the complete spectrum of IC Layout.

IC Mask Design Limited, a leading Design Services company to the global semiconductor industry, has today launched MASTER-IC™, its Physical Design Training Division. MASTER-IC™ incorporates a suite of leading edge training programs covering the complete spectrum of IC Layout.

IC Mask Design will operate its training courses from a state-of-the-art facility at their Corporate Headquarters in Limerick, Ireland. The Company also plans on running courses in key geographical locations worldwide, along with the option for on-site customer training. The course’s modular design allows them to be easily adapted to customer’s specific requirements. All courses are independent of any particular EDA environment.

Having already successfully delivered a range of training programs to leading semiconductor organisations, the new Training Division will enable global expansion of the training offering.

Speaking on the launch of MASTER-IC™, Mr. Fergal Brosnan, CEO of IC Mask Design said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of MASTER-IC, which will enable a global offering of our training programs. Our comprehensive range of flexible courses will provide a complete physical design training solution for customers specific requirements.”

To coincide with the launch of MASTER-IC™, Mr. Ciaran Whyte, Engineering Director at IC Mask Design, will present at the Mentor Graphics Designer Forums in Veldhoven Holland, Camberley UK and Dublin Ireland over the coming months. For more information on the Mentor Graphics Designer Forums, visit http://www.mentor.com/uk/designerforums04

For more information on MASTER-IC™, visit http://www.icmaskdesign.com/training/list.html

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