Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Magma (San Jose, Calif.) said Sabio's analog IP process migration technology will be incorporated into its Titan Mixed-Signal Design Platform. The platform targets analog IP process migration and mixed-signal design.
Magma said Sabio's design approach translates design expertise into reusable designs that eliminate the need to run thousands of simulations.
A circuit design manager at Mitsubishi Electric was quoted by Magma as saying the Japanese chip maker was "using Sabio [technology] to migrate our analog IP to 45-nanometer" designs.
Sabio Labs is based in Mountain View, Calif.
Magma resolved a long-running patent dispute with Synopsys Inc. last March, paying its EDA rival $12.5 million to settle all pending litigation. At the time of the settlement, industry observers said the deal would clear the way for Magma to begin making acquisitions. "