Cypress Semiconductor Implements COMSOL App Builder, Server

The company is using the tools to streamline its R&D process for touchscreens.

Cypress Semiconductor, a provider of touchscreen and embedded systems, has implemented the COMSOL Application Builder and Server to support its R&D, and customer service departments. By using this platform, the company is able to streamline the touchscreen design process.

Prior to using the Application Builder and COMSOL Server, Cypress would modify models to meet specific customer needs. By implementing these tools, the company states, its customer support team can use apps to showcase models instead of requiring the full simulation. This reduces number of required seats in the Multiphysics platform and enables the company to modify parameters without needing to change other complexities.

Cypress Semiconductors has started using COMSOL's Application Builder to streamline its R&D process for touchscreens. Image courtesy of COMSOL. Cypress Semiconductors has started using COMSOL’s Application Builder to streamline its R&D process for touchscreens. Image courtesy of COMSOL.

The simulation apps created are for various design boxes, touchscreens and more. They will be used by the touchscreen modeling group for the design of both automotive and consumer products at Cypress, the company states.

“We are using the Application Builder to package our models into apps for our support team so that they are only shown the parameters needed. Our customer support team can now use these apps instead of the full simulation, freeing up both R&D time and resources,” says Peter Vavaroutsos, member, Touchscreen Modeling Group, Cypress. “Running apps using the COMSOL Server was the perfect fit for us because a license is a fraction of the cost of a full COMSOL Multiphysics license. And, since we chose to use the worldwide license with Amazon Web Services (AWS), our customer support teams in China, India, South America, Europe and other locations will benefit from it as well. The COMSOL Server and Application Builder completely make sense for us. Most importantly, now this powerful computational tool is available for anyone in the company to use.”

For more information, visit COMSOL.

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