D2S, Inc.

D2S, Inc.

D2S, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

2007

Headquarters

4040 Moorpark Avenue,Suite 250,San Jose, CA 95117

Type of Company

Private

Industries

Computer Software
Holding Companies
IT Consulting & Services

Company Description

D2S, Inc. supplies computational design platforms. Its products include TrueMask MDP and TrueMask DS. TrueMask DS, a mask-wafer double simulation platform for research and development exploration, bit-cell design, hot-spot analysis, and mask-defect categorization that comprehends overlapping shots and dose modulation. The company was founded by Aki Fujimura in 2007 and is headquartered in San Jose, CA.

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Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

President

Chief Product Officer & Executive Vice President

Vice President-Business Development, Japan

Vice President, Operations

Board of Directors

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at D2S, Inc.

President & Chief Executive Officer at Picarro, Inc.

Vice President, Operations at D2S, Inc.

Managing Director at DAG Ventures LLC

Co-Founder at iNEMI, Inc.

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GVC is an active manager which aims to identify and invest in early-stage ventures located around the world which have 'meaningful contacts' with Japan and/or other economies of Asia. The firm considers 'meaningful contacts' to include one or more of the following attributes: a large potential market in Japan and/or other Asian countries and a strong management commitment to consider these markets to be of significant importance; a technology, product or service that is amenable to due diligence by applying technology resources accessible to GVC, Japanese and/or other Asia-based corporations or academic/research institutions; a strong interest by Japanese/Asia-based corporations to partner with the venture or the potential to undertake an IPO in Japanese capital markets.Their investment strategy is to 'source globally and invest locally'. To effectively manage risk, GVC only considers investments in companies originating in countries where the legal infrastructure is well established and documentation is typically in either English or Japanese. This limits their investments to companies incorporated in Japan, the US, the Commonwealth Realms, a small number of other jurisdictions and certain offshore financial centers such as the Cayman Islands. The firm aims to invest half of each of their funds in Japanese companies and the balance in companies established in other countries.GVC's direct investment portfolio is comprised of firms in the life sciences & medical equipment, information & communication technology, new consumer business, new B2B business and alternative energy industries.

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Benchmark Capital focuses on early-stage investments in technology-driven companies that have the potential to develop new markets with significant growth potential. They invest primarily in the enterprise software and services, communications and security, semiconductors, mobile computing, consumer services and financial services sectors.Benchmark Capital prefers to be the first investor in their portfolio companies. Investments range from $100,000 to $15 million. Initial investments usually range from $3 million to $5 million with the expectation of an investment of $5 million to $15 million over the life of a company.

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To keep pace with market demand for more performance and functionality in today’s mobile phones, digital cameras, computers, automotive systems and other electronics products, manufacturers pack billions of transistors onto a single chip. This massive integration parallels the shift to ever-smaller process geometries, where the chip’s transistors and other physical features can be smaller than the wavelength of light used to print them. Designing and manufacturing semiconductor devices with such phenomenal scale, complexity and technological challenges would not be possible without electronic design automation (EDA). It is essential for everything from verifying that the myriad transistors do what the designer intended to dealing with physical effects on electrons traveling miles of wires with widths sometimes measuring less than 100 nanometers. Cadence Design Systems is a leading global EDA company. Cadence customers use our software, hardware, and services to overcome a range of technical and economic hurdles. Our technologies help customers create mobile devices with longer battery life. Designers of ICs for game consoles and other consumer electronics speed their products to market using our hardware simulators to run software on a ‘virtual’ chip—long before the actual chip exists. We bridge the traditional gap between chip designers and fabrication facilities, so that manufacturing challenges can be addressed early in the design stage. And our custom IC design platform enables designers to harmonize the divergent worlds of analog and digital design to create some of the most advanced mixed-signal system on chip (SoC) designs. These are just a few of the many essential Cadence solutions that drive the success of leading IC and electronic systems companies

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