Acton-Based Company Touts Sixth Straight Year of Growth
Carbon Design Systems cites increase in demand for product.
It seems at least one Acton company has overcome the affects of the recession.
According to Carbon, the growth can be attributed to 14 new customers, fueled by the adoption of Carbon Performance Analysis Kits (CPAKs), pre-built, easily extensible virtual prototypes introduced in May, and a $4 million investment from Samsung in September.
"2012 was a breakout year for Carbon in multiple ways," Rick Lucier, Carbon's president and CEO, said, citing a number of factors, including Samsung's investment and partnership that enabled new technology developments. "Additionally, we've seen a strong uptick in demand from design teams seeking virtual prototypes with a connection to accuracy. Our 100 percent accurate models give us the unique capability to solve this growing demand, while also offering the capability to execute that same virtual prototype at the speeds needed by software developers."
Carbon Design Systems offers the industry's only unified virtual prototype solution along with the only solution for accurate IP model creation.