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DFM: where's the proof of value?

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DFM: where's the proof of value?
How can design teams employ new tools and develop response methodologies yet still stay within design budgets? How much effort does it require to be an early adopter and what kind of measurable results compensate for this effort? Panelists discuss how their design-for-manufacture (DFM) tools fit into a fixed design methodology, budget and timeline, and give examples of expected ROI (monetary, quality, reduced time-to-market, and comprehensive yield). The aim of this panel is to provide a serious comparison of related DFM technologies on the market and some idea of the cost and difficulty of integrating the tools into a fixed design budget and timeline. Specific results will be cited, along with examples of expected ROI (monetary, quality, reduced time-to-market, and comprehensive yield enhancement). The audience should walk away with enough information to make an informed decision on which companies would make sense for their DFM challenges, to reach their own yield and throughput goa...
Shishpal Rawat, Raul Camposano, A. Kahng, Joseph S
Added 13 Jun 2010
Updated 13 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where DAC
Authors Shishpal Rawat, Raul Camposano, A. Kahng, Joseph Sawicki, Mike Gianfagna, Naeem Zafar, A. Sharan
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