TSSI Sponsors the 5th Successful IEEE International Symposium on Electronic Design, Test & Applications (DELTA)

Ho Chi Minh City, VIETNAM – January 15, 2010 - Test Systems Strategies, Inc. (TSSI), the leader in design-to-test software products and the inventor of the Waveform Generation Language (WGL), today announced a successful conclusion of its sponsorship for the 5th IEEE International Symposium on Electronic Design, Test, and Applications, known as DELTA (

DELTA 2010 is the 5th in a series of very successful symposia.  Its mission is to bring together scientists, engineers and researchers from all over the world to meet and discuss cutting-edge research and latest results in the emerging areas of electronic design, fabrication, test, and advanced system applications and related areas.

TSSI and its wholly owned subsidiary, VSource International, are the industry sponsors for the 5th DELTA Symposium, which ended on a high note with the indicative upturn of the semiconductor industry as well as the wave of activities gearing up to train semiconductor work force training and graduating students in Vietnam and its neighboring countries.

Chandran Nair, Managing Director for National Instruments in the South East Asia Region, described the increasing needs for graphical programming of low-cost FPGA instruments to fulfill the needs for effect programming of multi-core, and multi-threaded testings.


Yervant Zorian, Vice President and Chief Scientist at Virage Logic, presented a powerful keynote message on “Emerging Technology Trends and Their Implicataions on Test and Yield”.

About TSSI
TSSI is the world's largest and leading provider of design-to-test pattern conversion and validation software solutions. Design and test teams of all sizes use TSSI products to save time, cut costs, and dramatically decrease time to market. TSSI provides innovative products and premier services for converting functional and structural simulation data from EDA (electronic design automation) output formats to ATE (automatic test equipment) program files. The company’s revolutionary pattern validation technologies offer design and test teams time and cost savings in pre- and post-silicon test program verification, debugging, and failure analysis. One of the company’s major contributions includes the invention of the Waveform Generation Language (WGL), the de-facto standard for DFT (design-for-test), ATPG (automatic test pattern generation) and tester interface. Readers can learn more about TSSI by visiting