Sigasi wants to empower designers working on open source hardware projects with a free license of Sigasi Studio

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Without open source projects like Eclipse, there would be no Sigasi Studio. Since Sigasi targets hardware development, they also want to empower designers working on open source hardware projects with a free license of Sigasi Studio.

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Sigasi has sent +7500 licenses to students and professors at +1500 institutions. We hope we can do the same for the Open Source Hardware Community.

Whether developing in VHDL, Verilog, SystemVerilog or a mix of these languages, Sigasi tools understand the entire context of HDL projects. Advanced features such as intelligent autocomplete, code refactoring and automatic documentation will make hardware development easier, more efficient and much faster. Sigasi also integrates with several FPGA and ASIC tools.

Sigasi Studio shortens the feedback loop: trivial errors are avoided and designers can focus on the concepts of hardware design while Sigasi Studio assists to write correct syntax and code. Sigasi Studio is a must-have tool for all modern-day digital designers. Sigasi now wants to make the adoption of Sigasi Studio easier so that open source projects can improve faster by handing out free licenses.

Apply for your free license through the Open Source form on the Sigasi website. Sigasi has already delivered +7500 licenses to students and professors at +1500 institutions. They hope to do the same for the Open Source Hardware Community.

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