EDA (Electronic Design Automation) on AWS refers to the use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to run EDA workloads, such as circuit design and simulation, digital signal processing, and printed circuit board design. Digitalstates has expertise in this space. As integrated circuits progress to higher integration and newer technology nodes, the IC design process becomes substantially more difficult. Typical requirements for electronic design automation (EDA) workloads include a computing cluster, a process scheduler to manage the allocation of jobs to computing nodes, and a high-performance shared file system. Depending on the EDA workload use case, design size, and total number of cores, the shared file system’s throughput needs might be anywhere from 500 MB/sec to 10 GB/sec. License management, remote desktops, and visualizations, user administration including identification and access restrictions, budgeting, and monitoring, and so on are all crucial parts of the EDA infrastructure stack.