Most of the original Zeland team is still here at Mentor actively working on the product, and in all areas including; the user interface, the core solver, and deeper integration with HyperLynx.
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I believe it could be an excellent 3D EM extractor for PCB planar constructure if the team put efforts to write new GUI for PCB data in, provide a new way to Easyly create model in scractch and re-write post-visisualization for speed rendering.
Now with Nimbic in hand, how Mentor combines it into Hyperlyx polifolio?
Is nWave capable to deal with complex boards?
I am so skeptical because ...