TransEDA is a leading provider of coverage and verification measurement solutions for electronic designs. The company markets an advanced Verification Closure Measurement environment that takes advantage of both static and dynamic technologies to give engineers access to a unified view of their design verification progress.

Unique functionalities such as comprehensive assertion coverage, coverability analysis, specification coverage with engineering change impact analysis, and automatic bus protocol checking, enhance traditional code coverage, test suite optimization, HDL rule checking and static assertion checking capabilities to form an integrated Verification Closure Management solution. Other products include verification IP with bus-based system-level test automation and transistor-level functional abstraction.

TransEDA has offices in North America, Europe and Japan, plus local representatives in China, India, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.

Management Team

Dr. Tim Cooke, Chairman

Tim Cooke has a DPhil from a Oxford and a Brunel MTech. He has worked for 40 years in the IT services and IT products industry. He was an early employee with Logica, where he set up Logica’s business in the Nordic countries and Australia and went on to become Chief Executive, Logica Communications Ltd responsible for all systems integration and products business in the telecoms, media, computer vendor, transport and government sectors. He later went on to IPO three companies on the London stock market including the market’s first internet IPO. He is Chairman of Cambridge Flat Projection Displays and is a Non Executive Director of Panacea, a systems integration company, Myguides, a web publishing company and The Chesham Building Society. He also advises Brunel University on technology commercialisation.

Stephen Scholefield, Managing Director

Stephen is an Electronic enginneer with extensive experience of software development teams from embedded systems to enterprise databases.

Following a Bsc in Electronic engineering, Stephen worked initially for Marconi and Sony on electronic design before moving to Shell where he worked on large scale systems. Following an MBA he founded Clarinet Systems Ltd (Clarinet), a leading provider of enterprise electronic publishing and security systems in the USA, UK and Europe.

Stephen bought Pharma Transfer Ltd which supplied the major pharmaceutical companies worldwide with Research information, and subsequently sold it to Utek Corporation Inc. Stephen founded ScholefieldandPartner KFT based in Budapest which invests in European software companies.

Stephen Scholefield is a Non-Executive Director of Neftex Petroleum Consultants Ltd who provide global integrated digital databases for Oil exploration. Stephen sails an offshore race boat, and is a keen skier and 7-Summits mountaineer.

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