Pulsonix

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Pulsonix is an electronic design automation (EDA) software which specialises in Schematic capture and PCB design. Founded in 2001 by WestDev Ltd, the company is located in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire and has sales offices in all major markets of the world.

Overview

In 2001, Pulsonix was developed by WestDev Ltd after extensive research and experience in the electronic design automation (EDA) industry, the company recognised a need for a new concept and business model to the market.

The software gained rave reviews in 2009 for its use in the Hermes project, which looked to embed components within inner layers of the board, saving critical design space.[1]

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