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Nine West Women’s Bracelet Watch

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Price: $28.45
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About Nine West Watches

Born on the streets of Manhattan in 1978, Nine West is a trusted global fashion authority. What started solely as a footwear brand has since expanded into other categories. Nine West watches reflect the style-driven nature of the brand with on-trend timepieces. From colorful straps to modern bracelets, there is always the right watch for the right time.

Gunmetal matte dial with floral design; rose gold-tone hands and markers
Silver-tone mesh bracelet with adjustable sliding buckle
Not water resistant

Paint by Sticker Kids: Unicorns & Magic: Create 10 Pictures One Sticker at a Time! Includes Glitter Stickers

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Paint by Sticker Kids: Unicorns & Magic: Create 10 Pictures One Sticker at a Time! Includes Glitter Stickers WeeklyReviewer

Paint a magical world with stickers (including glitter stickers)!
 
Paint by Sticker Kids: Unicorns & Magic includes everything kids need to create ten vibrant images, including unicorns, a dragon, a princess, and more.
 
Step 1: Find the sticker. Step 2: Peel the sticker. Step 3: Place the sticker. Add the next, and the next, and watch your enchanting paintings come to life!  
 
All the pages are perforated, making it easy to tear out each finished work to frame and share!
 


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How Paint by Sticker works: Find the sticker, peel the sticker, place the sticker, and watch your painting come to life!

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Digital Realty Extends Global Reach of PlatformDIGITAL® with Third Data Centre in Singapore

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SINGAPORE, April 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Digital Realty, a leading global provider of carrier- and cloud-neutral data centre, colocation and interconnection solutions, announced today the official opening of its third data centre in Singapore.  The multi-story, 50-megawatt facility, known as Digital Loyang II or SIN12, is Digital Realty’s largest data centre in the country and will bring the company’s total committed investment to date in Singapore to over US$1 billion.  This significant expansion will enable local and multinational enterprises to deploy critical infrastructure and scale their digital business at the heart of a connected data community on PlatformDIGITAL®.  

SIN12 is substantially pre-leased to a thriving community of leading global cloud service providers, local as well as global financial services providers and leading Southeast Asian enterprises.  In addition, the new facility will introduce next-generation colocation services for regional customers in Singapore and will further expand PlatformDIGITAL®, the company’s global data centre platform.  It will offer customers in APAC new avenues to connect, extend their reach and uncover new business opportunities.  SIN12 will offer enterprises the full spectrum of colocation services and will enable them to scale their critical infrastructure on-demand within a connected data community with optimal proximity to carriers, networks and cloud service providers.  Productized solutions for network, control and data hub footprints offered on PlatformDIGITAL® will help accelerate customers’ ability to rapidly scale their digital business. 

Digital Loyang II is adjacent to Digital Loyang I, or SIN11.  The two facilities are connected by diverse high-count fiber routes, enabling customers in both facilities to connect directly via dark fiber cross-connects and access a connected data community of network and service providers on Digital Realty’s open global platform.  Both facilities are also interconnected to Digital Jurong (SIN10), Digital Realty’s data centre located on the west side of Singapore.  The Digital Loyang campus is less than 25 kilometres from Singapore’s central business district and is strategically located in close proximity to the Changi north cable landing station, a key sub-sea interconnection hub for the region. 

SIN12 builds upon Digital Realty’s track-record of delivering sustainable data centre developments across the globe and has already achieved a Platinum certification under Singapore’s BCA Green Mark building assessment system.  The Green Mark certification scheme is designed to evaluate a building’s overall environmental impact and performance and provides a comprehensive framework for assessing new and existing buildings to promote sustainable design and best practices in construction and operations. 

Singapore is a well-established financial and business hub, and consistently ranks among the top data centre markets globally,” said Digital Realty Chief Executive Officer A. William Stein.  “The opening of our third data centre is a major milestone on our PlatformDIGITAL® roadmap and underscores our long-term commitment to support the country’s digital economy.  The transition to the digital economy has impacted the way companies across all industries create and deliver value.  There’s a growing need for a combination of open interconnection and next-generation colocation that will reduce the complexity of digital transformation.  Expanding our footprint in Singapore will enable us to better help our customers enhance their digital transformation efforts and scale their digital business models regionally as well as globally.” 

Singapore is ranked fifth among the top 10 data centre markets globally, according to Cushman & Wakefield.  These findings coincide with Digital Realty’s Data Gravity Index™, a recently published study that measured, quantified, and determined the implications of the explosion of enterprise data.  Data gravity is expected to more than double annually from 2020-2024, with Asia Pacific expected to generate the fastest growth across all regions.  Singapore is expected to be the second-fastest growing market across the 53 global metros analyzed, driven by growth in the intensity of data within the banking, financial services and high-tech manufacturing industries.  

“Digital Realty’s continued investment in Singapore builds upon the strong existing business and investment ties between the United States and Singapore.  Both countries rank highly in terms of digital competitiveness and are committed to building a robust digital economy at a global level,” said Christian Koschil, Digital Attaché, Embassy of the United States of America.  “We believe Digital Realty’s expansion in Singapore will further strengthen the Republic’s standing as a global connectivity gateway.  We also applaud Digital Realty’s commitment to sustainability in their operations, as tackling climate change requires a collective response from all stakeholders – in government and the private sector.” 

Sustainability was a guiding principle for the design and construction of SIN12.  It will be among the most sustainable data centres in the region, with a power usage effectiveness (PUE) of 1.25.  The facility will feature efficient cooling system design and controls to help minimize evaporation losses and improve water-use efficiency.  It will be equipped with turbine generators rather than diesel engines and a combination of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and lithium-ion batteries will facilitate sustainable management.  The building management system (BMS) will monitor thousands of data points to ensure the data centre is running efficiently and providing optimal energy performance for customers.  

“Balancing digital growth with sustainability remains a key priority for the industry,” said Mark Smith, Managing Director, Asia Pacific for Digital Realty.  “We’re proud that our new facility will help customers meet their digital and sustainability goals, with energy-efficient design and operational features.  We’re encouraged by the recently unveiled Singapore Green Plan 2030 and the new edition of the Green Building Masterplan.  Sustainable growth will be critical for the country to remain competitive as a leading global data centre hub.” 

Digital Realty’s Continued Asia Pacific Expansion

Within the Asia Pacific region, Digital Realty operates a rapidly expanding network of industry leading data centres located in Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Melbourne and Sydney.  Digital Realty’s accelerating expansion across APAC is expected to include new development projects throughout 2021 within several key metros. 

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About Digital Realty

Digital Realty supports the world’s leading enterprises and service providers by delivering the full spectrum of data centre, colocation and interconnection solutions.  PlatformDIGITAL®, the company’s global data centre platform, provides customers a trusted foundation and proven Pervasive Datacentre Architecture (PDx™) solution methodology for scaling digital business and efficiently managing data gravity challenges.  Digital Realty’s global data centre footprint gives customers access to the connected communities that matter to them with more than 275 facilities in 47 metros across 24 countries on six continents.  For more information, please visit digitalrealty.com or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter

Media and Industry Analyst Relations

Marc Musgrove

Digital Realty

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Omer M. Wilson

Digital Realty, APAC

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Investor Relations

John J. Stewart / Jim Huseby

Digital Realty

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This press release contains forward-looking statements which are based on current expectations, forecasts and assumptions that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual outcomes and results to differ materially, including statements related to the official opening of the SIN12 data centre, our expectations for Singapore and the APAC region, the Data Gravity Index™, PlatformDIGITAL®, and our expectations regarding our sustainability program, including cooling technologies.  For a list and description of such risks and uncertainties, see the reports and other filings by the company with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.  The company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. 

 

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Greenberg Traurig Adds Long-Serving Former U.S. Attorney John Huber in Salt Lake City; Continues White Collar Expansion

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SALT LAKE CITY, April 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP continued the expansion of its White Collar Defense & Special Investigations Practice with the addition of former U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah John Huber as a shareholder in its Salt Lake City office. Huber was most recently the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) longest-tenured active U.S. Attorney, having been nominated by two presidents and unanimously confirmed twice by the U.S. Senate.

At Greenberg Traurig, Huber will focus his practice on white collar matters related to securities fraud, bank fraud, health care, cyber security, industrial espionage, Ponzi schemes, corporate fraud, trade secrets, and other high-stakes issues.

The firm’s robust White Collar Defense & Special Investigations Practice includes more than 30 former federal prosecutors and more than 60 attorneys. It has seen significant recent expansion. In addition to Huber, these shareholders joined in recent months: Adam S. Hoffinger, David I. Miller, Kyle R. Freeny, Benjamin G. Greenberg, Mohammed Khamisa QC, Jessica Natali, Daniel Pulecio-Boek, and Masoud Zabeti.

Huber was appointed to serve for three years on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys, including two years as vice-chair. He advised three Attorneys General, representing both political parties. Prior to serving as U.S. Attorney, Huber worked as Assistant U.S. Attorney and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah, as well as Chief Prosecutor for Utah’s West Valley City Municipal Corporation.

Deeply involved in the Utah community, Huber has served as chairman of the board for the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Program; as president of the Utah Municipal Prosecutors Association; and on the Board of Directors for both the Utah Prosecution Council and the Statewide Association of Public Attorneys.

Huber earned his J.D. from The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and his B.A., cum laude, from The University of Utah.

About Greenberg Traurig, LLP: Greenberg Traurig’s Salt Lake City team works with regional and national companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations, across multiple industries. The firm has approximately 2200 attorneys in 40 locations in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The firm is net carbon neutral with respect to its office energy usage and Mansfield Rule 3.0 Certified. Web: www.gtlaw.com

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Director of Media Relations and Communications

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Hostage Aid Worldwide: The 2015 administration left American Hostages behind. To this day Siamak Namazi remains in Iran's Evin Prison.

WASHINGTON, April 5, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — STATEMENT FROM HOSTAGE AID WORLDWIDE ON THE EVE OF INDIRECT NEGOTIATIONS WITH IRAN ON LIFTING SANCTIONS AND THE US RE-ENTRY INTO THE JCPOA

Former Iran Hostages and Family Members of Current Hostages Held in Iran issue a joint press release

On the occasion of Siamak Namazi’s 2000-day imprisonment as American hostage and in the advent of the Vienna meeting on April 6 to revive the Iran nuclear deal, Hostage Aid Worldwide renews its call on the Biden administration to unequivocally prioritize the release of American hostages held in Iran in the administration’s intended indirect negotiation with Iran in Vienna.

With a track record of hostage taking since its inception in 1979, the Iranian regime rather than abandoning this heinous activity after the conclusion of the nuclear deal in 2015, has taken it to a new level. The Obama administration’s January 2016 exchange of prisoners left Nizar Zakka and Siamak Namazi behind. To this day Siamak still remains in Iran’s Evin Prison. In addition to Siamak Namazi, there are at least three other Americans under Iranian custody or banned from leaving Iran today, including American businessman Emad Shargi, who was initially cleared of all charges, then re-arrested after Biden was elected president. Under the Iran nuclear deal, the Iranian regime has also taken a number of Western citizens hostage. At least 4 German, 2 French, 2 Austrian, 3 British, 1 Swedish and other citizens remain under Iranian custody today.

To this day, Hostage Aid Worldwide believes this administration has refused to unequivocally acknowledge the American citizens detained in Iran as pawns for political gain as hostages and insisted on referring to them as “wrongfully detained Americans.” The Biden administration has stated on several occasions that the release of “wrongfully detained Americans” from Iran is its top priority. However, since President Biden was sworn into office, not a single American was released from Iran, despite multiple concessionary gestures the administration has made to Iran to restore the nuclear deal and lift sanctions.

On Tuesday, April 6, the Biden Administration including officials who were involved in the 2013 negotiations will again enter into indirect negotiation without the release of American hostages. It is crucial that they seize the opportunity to learn from previous mistakes when some hostages were left behind pending planned goodwill gestures from Iran which never materialized. In his PBS interview on April 2nd, when US Envoy on Iran, Robert Malley, was asked whether there would be a deal if American prisoners are not released, he dodged the question and repeated the official line that it is the priority of the US to get them home. Unfortunately, the administration’s position on the Iran nuclear deal vis-à-vis American hostages in Iran indicates the release of American hostages is anything but a priority and the nuclear deal can be restored without American prisoners released. It is the view of Hostage Aid Worldwide that this approach will be unhelpful and prove opportunistic for Iran.

Hostage Aid Worldwide asks the Biden administration to act on its promise and prioritize the release of American hostages in its dealing with Iran: the administration’s restoration of JCPOA must be conditioned on the release of American hostages and Iran’s commitment to end hostage taking.

As a conclusion, we would like to reiterate the 3 main points that we believe this administration should include prior, during, and after any negotiations with Iran based on the basic American values.

1- The release of all American hostages as well as those from our allies as a prerequisite to the start of any nuclear negotiations with Iran.

2- The halt of negotiations if any new hostage incident takes place during the negotiations.

3- Any final agreement should have a snap back clause in case of any hostage taking incident after signing.

Signed on behalf of Hostage Aid Worldwide and the following hostages and family members:

Barry Rosen | Board member and former hostage US Embassy Tehran (1979 – 1981)

Nizar Zakka | Board member and former hostage in Iran (2015- 2019)

Kylie Moore | Board member and former Hostage Iran (2018-2020)

Xiyue Wang | Board member and former hostage in Iran (2016 – 2019)

Ana Diamond | Former Hostage in Iran (2014 – 2019)

Sam Goodwin | Board member and former hostage in Syria (2019)

Richard Ratcliff | Husband of Nazanin Ratcliff (Current UK Hostage in Iran since 2016)

Vida Mehrannia | Wife of Dr. Ahmedreza Djalali (Current Swedish Hostage in Iran since 2016)

Family of Massud Mossaheb (Current Austrian Hostage in Iran since 2019)

Family of Jamshid Sharmahd (Current US-German hostage in Iran since 2020)

Family of Anousheh Ashouri (Current UK hostage in Iran since 2017)

Families of 8 current US and western hostages (Names not disclosed for safety reasons)

Geoffrey Dive | Board member, Advisory Board Chair

Daren Nair | Advisory Board Member

Ali Arab | Board member, Treasurer

Media Contact

Carole Chedid, Hostage Aid Worldwide, +1 2024650001, [email protected]

Media, Hostage Aid Worldwide, [email protected]

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First Nations Declare Moratorium on Ring of Fire Development

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TORONTO, April 5, 2021 /CNW/ – Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, and Neskantaga First Nations in the James Bay lowlands have declared a moratorium on any development in or to facilitate access to the Ring of Fire mining area.

FIRST NATIONS MORATORIUM

ON THE RING OF FIRE DEVELOPMENT

Moratorium release date April 1, 2021

We First Nations in the James Bay lowlands, whose Territories and Rights stand to be seriously and permanently desecrated by massive scale mining in the Ring of Fire, hereby declare a MORATORIUM on any development in or to facilitate access to the Ring of Fire area.

This MORATORIUM is declared in accordance with:

  • Our Indigenous Laws including the Natural Laws of the Creator;



  • Our Inherent Rights (arising from the reality that we have always have been “in here” in this place in the world);



  • Treaty No. 9 between our First Nations and the Crown;



  • International laws including the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and its requirements for free, prior and informed consent, the International Covenants on Civil and Political Rights and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and customary laws that protect our right to self-determination, require environmental due diligence, and prohibit destruction of our ability to survive in our environments; and



  • Canadian domestic laws that adopted and intend to implement UNDRIP (such as the federal Bill C-15); the federal Impact Assessment Act (IAA); Canada’s Constitution including section 35 affirming our Aboriginal and Treaty Rights, and the Charter section 7 being the right to life, liberty and security of the person.

This MORATORIUM is declared from this date and shall stand intact unless and until Canada and Ontario act in accordance with their obligations under the laws stated above, in respect of the Ring of Fire, and agree to a Regional Impact Assessment (RIA) that:

  • Is by regulation under IAA (section 114) or by agreement, led by an “Indigenous governing body” composed of our First Nations and interested others who stand to be affected by Ring of Fire development;



  • Must be completed prior to the issuance of any Crown permission for any development in or that facilitates access to the Ring of Fire (including roads);



  • Has a terms of reference co-created between the Indigenous governing body and Canada and consented to by the Indigenous governing body;



  • Has a terms of reference requiring a broad and deep RIA that thoroughly investigates cumulative impacts and comprehensively governs through rules, criteria and plans what development, if any, may occur in the Ring of Fire, when, where and how;



  • Has the ultimate objective of ensuring that any approved Ring of Fire development adds to the sustainability of the global and local environment and all beings who depend on it for their survival.

This MORATORIUM is declared because Canada, through the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC) has breached the honour of the Crown, all the laws stated above, and the project of reconciliation and decolonization by acting with duplicity behind our backs in collaboration with Ontario, to render the RIA little but political puffery, with mere token First Nation “involvement”, narrow in its focus and weak in its result. Specifically:

  • Shortly after the IAA came into force in 2019, some First Nations and others requested an RIA under it for the Ring of Fire;



  • Due to these requests, and given that the Ring of Fire begs for an RIA anyway – it is by definition a regional area for which much large scale mining and infrastructure development is sought – Canada agreed that a RIA would be held;



  • First Nations have expressed our expectation of equal partnership in the RIA, and have been requesting since early 2020 to have the RIA, including planning, not commence until after the pandemic and the crises it has caused in the First Nation communities are over, to ensure that First Nations could engage in this process safely and in accordance with our Laws and Customs;



  • Canada agreed to such suspensions of time, and gave assurances that First Nations would have meaningful involvement at all stages of the RIA, including planning;



  • First Nations have put Canada on notice since late 2020 that they intend to develop a proposal for a First Nations – led, comprehensive and meaningful RIA that does not allow Crown governments to use it as a mere window dressing, box-ticking exercise;



  • Despite Canada knowing of First Nations’ intent and agreeing to time to develop this proposal after the pandemic crisis had ended, Canada now informs us it effectively had no intent of paying any attention to any such proposal; and that Canada and Ontario have been collaborating behind First Nations’ backs for the last year to agree on the terms of reference for the RIA which they will show us in April “for comment”, and in which First Nations have nothing but token involvement.

This MORATORIUM is urgently required because, as the caretakers of this part of the Earth where the Creator put us, we have a profound and sacred duty to ensure that this part of the Earth is not so wounded from Ring of Fire development that it can longer support our relations and ways of life, or help protect the world from catastrophic climate change; as the James Bay lowlands stand as one of the last and most important bastions of defence against climate collapse.

This MORATORIUM will be defended and enforced by our First Nations, our Mother Earth, and our lawyers in Canadian courts for Crown breaches of all the laws stated above. The risks are too great to allow the Crown to steamroll over our Mother Earth, our Rights and our future.

Canada and Ontario may cause this MORATORIUM to be lifted if they agree to what Canada had led us to believe it would do: agree to plan and conduct the RIA on terms that respect our Rights and protect our Mother Earth.

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How to Combat Social Isolation

MISSION, Kan., April 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — (Family Features) Even before COVID-19 limited social contact with friends, family and colleagues, many adults experienced loneliness and depression due to limited contact with others. Now, a year after the pandemic forced many people into even greater levels of isolation, the issue of social isolation is especially prevalent in Americans over the age of 50.

Despite the physical implications of a global pandemic, research shows the mental health stakes are high, too. A nationwide survey, commissioned by Barclays, found that half of Americans over the age of 50 said the isolation from their friends and family has been more challenging than concerns over health risks they may face.

Social isolation has provided plenty of time for Americans to reflect on their priorities. The majority of Americans surveyed (90%) have re-evaluated their post age-50 goals and put spending more time with family at the top of their lists. In fact, the most common first thing 50-plus Americans will do once COVID-19 is over is to see and spend time with their families (41%).

“While restrictions are beginning to ease, many older adults are still isolated from friends and family, and that takes a toll on their mental well-being” said Lisa Marsh Ryerson, president of the AARP Foundation. “We must do all we can to help older adults, who have suffered greatly during COVID-19, strengthen the social connections that are so essential to their ability to lead longer, healthier lives.”

For example, AARP Foundation’s Connect2Affect platform equips older adults with the tools they need to stay physically and mentally healthy and connected to their communities. The AARP Essential Rewards Mastercard from Barclays is helping fund the foundation’s work to increase social connection with donations based on new accounts and eligible purchases, up to $1 million annually.

A little creativity and a commitment to filling time productively can help reduce the strain of being alone until it’s safer to resume social activities.

Use technology to connect with loved ones. Video chats and traditional phone calls can help you feel connected even when you can’t be together in person. While a drop-in call can be fun, consider arranging regular visits with kids and grandkids. If you schedule calls throughout the week, you’ll have something regular to look forward to and can benefit from a check-in that affirms everyone is healthy and safe.

Make time for physical activity. Staying closer to home may mean you’re not getting the exercise you once did, but it’s important for your health to stay active. Regularly using your muscles helps keep your body strong, and even light physical activity a few times each week can help keep your cardiovascular system fit for better heart health. Regular exercise can also provide a range of positive mental health outcomes, including reduced stress, anxiety and depression, and improved memory.

Volunteer in your community or consider virtual volunteering. Helping others is a way to release feel-good endorphins for yourself. While your limited social calendar may afford you some extra time, inquire with local nonprofits about how you can contribute to their causes. Especially as funding for charitable organizations has dropped, volunteers are still essential to most nonprofit organizations, whether the help comes in person or virtually. Even from a distance, you may be able to help with tasks like making calls to donors, assisting with mailings or planning fundraising campaigns.

Learn a new hobby or skill. Another way to fill your free time, and reap some positive energy, is to explore a new hobby or skill. The personal satisfaction of learning and focusing your mental energy on something that interests you can help offset the disappointment of being away from those you love.

Find more resources that support older adults at connect2affect.org.

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Synopsys Extends Market Leadership in Verification Hardware with Performance and Enterprise Scalability Innovations

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ —

Highlights:

  • Fastest performance for software development and system validation with 20-50 MHz for complex SoCs and up to 500 MHz for interface IP
  • Highest debug productivity through innovative system architecture with 4x signal capture and 4x higher debug performance
  • Enterprise and ecosystem scalability through HAPS Gateway software enabling multi-design, multi-user parallelization
  • Proven direct connect architecture leveraging largest prototyping ecosystem and broadest portfolio of interface cards

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) today announced its latest powerful innovation in prototyping, delivering the fastest performance, highest debug productivity and unmatched enterprise scalability to accelerate software development, system validation and verification. The HAPS®-100 prototyping system, part of the Synopsys Verification Continuum® Platform, allows designers, software developers and verification engineers to work from anywhere, through the HAPS Gateway, to manage multi-design, multi-user deployment for maximum productivity and cost efficiency.

Electronics companies face continued pressure to accelerate time-to-market despite increasing system-on-chip (SoC) and software complexity. To meet this demand, they require faster prototyping systems with higher debug performance and accessibility across geographies, ecosystem partners and work locations. 5G, AI, automotive, and GPU SoC designers are benefitting from 20-50 MHz prototyping performance and 10x faster throughput compared to alternative solutions, enabling them to deploy a shift-left design strategy and decrease their time-to-market.

“We have seen tremendous growth in demand for HAPS to accelerate software development and system validation of advanced SoC designs,” said Manoj Gandhi, general manager of the Verification Group at Synopsys. “The HAPS-100 architecture and software build on our market-leading technology and are the result of deep collaboration with many industry-leading customers to deliver breakthroughs in prototyping performance, debug, and enterprise scalability to accelerate their system innovation.”

The flexible direct connect architecture of HAPS enables designers to leverage the largest prototyping ecosystem and the broadest portfolio of HAPS interface cards. HAPS prototyping software builds upon Synopsys’ 20+ years of experience in FPGA synthesis and delivers the highest performance using timing optimization for the direct connect architecture. Synopsys customers also benefit from Synopsys DesignWare® IP Prototyping Kits, which are critical to accelerate IP integration, software development and system validation delivering prototyping speeds of up to 500 MHz.

Customer Testimonials:

  • “We are working at the leading edge of innovation to bring our GPUs and AI and ADAS SoCs to market,” said Narendra Konda, senior director Hardware Engineering at Nvidia. “We are now deploying HAPS-100 across our most demanding GPU projects enabling our software teams to achieve the fastest pre-silicon software development turn-around time.”

  • “In the heavily contested AI market it is critical to be able to develop and demonstrate our new architecture for cloud AI applications quickly,” said June Paik, CEO at Furiosa. “HAPS-100 delivers the highest performance, making it an easy choice for our hardware and software teams. We plan to leverage the worldwide deployment of HAPS systems and its ecosystem to engage with semiconductor and system companies interested in our new architecture for cloud AI applications.”

Availability & Resources

The Synopsys HAPS-100 prototyping system is available now.

About Synopsys

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) is the Silicon to Software™ partner for innovative companies developing the electronic products and software applications we rely on every day. As an S&P 500 company, Synopsys has a long history of being a global leader in electronic design automation (EDA) and semiconductor IP and offers the industry’s broadest portfolio of application security testing tools and services. Whether you’re a system-on-chip (SoC) designer creating advanced semiconductors, or a software developer writing more secure, high-quality code, Synopsys has the solutions needed to deliver innovative products. Learn more at www.synopsys.com

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Synopsys, Inc.

650-584-6454

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