[SI-LIST] Re: Allegro

Rafael,
We currently use the Cadence Allegro tools in our design area and have 
found them to be very good.  I would venture to say that Allegro is the 
most widely used of the PCB design tools.  The only caution to take is 
that the Cadence tools can be hard to come up the learning curve.  The 
tools are very powerful and hence require some education on the use. 
Cadence training is good and can go a long way to getting you started. The 
Cadence PCB tool sweet is not cheap either so get ready to open the wallet 
!

As far as the functionality of their tools we have been very pleased. They 
are very involved with IBM in helping us with new developments for our 
design needs and I am sure with other companies as well.  Good luck!

Thanks,

Christian Trudeau
IBM Corporation
ASIC Core Development Circuit Board Design Team
E-Mail : trudeauc@xxxxxxxxxx
Phone : 802-769-5333



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Hello all:

My name's Rafael. I have a question about PCB design software. I work 
with an old version of Zuken CadStar to design my PCBs, and I`m 
thinking in changing to Cadence Allegro. My question is: Is it a good 
election, or you recommend me another one?

Thank you.

Rafael.

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