EMA Design Automation Offers Work-From-Home Licenses

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, EMA Design Automation is offering a work-from-home program in hopes to offset the challenges users may be facing while incorporating social-distancing into their daily lives. If engineers are asked to work from home, EMA will provide the resources needed so they can continue with their designs and maintain their productivity.

EMA is offering free access to work-from-home licenses, including OrCAD PCB Designer Professional, PSpice, Ultra Librarian for OrCAD, and access to the entire online learning catalog. 

EMA’s team will continue normal business hours, and technical support is available by phone or email.  A letter from the CEO, written by Manny Marcano, provides more details about the program.



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