In one of its largest academic donations of software products to a single institution, Agilent has donated in-kind EDA software to the Georgia Institute of Technology. This also marks the largest software gift ever received by Georgia Tech, one of the world’s top research universities and the nation’s leading producer of engineers.
Agilent’s donation, valued at approximately $90 million (book value) over three years, will comprise Agilent EDA software, support and training. It is being given as part of the Agilent EEsof EDA University Alliance program and includes a tailored, three-year custom license program that provides member companies of ECE’s Georgia Electronic Design Center with access to Agilent’s EEsof EDA solutions.
Agilent and Georgia Tech have enjoyed a longstanding relationship, with the university dedicating a new laboratory to Agilent last year.
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