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"The IC nanometer race -- what will it take to win?"

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"The IC nanometer race -- what will it take to win?"
: Creating ICs in the nanometer age is a high-stakes race that few companies can afford to compete in – and even fewer can win. Hear how senior technologists from the world’s top technology companies are striving to improve their chances of success. Will leakage constraints force powersensitive applications to stay with older technologies, or will there be a bifurcation to a new process technology? Will ballooning capital equipment expenses delay new capacity or price out design rules for mainstream applications? Will silicon-on-insulator and new device structures like FinFETs force rethinking of design, modeling and simulation methodologies? And which EDA technologies, delivered when, will be critical for victory? These senior technologists, from some of the biggest companies in the high tech industry, will discuss and debate how they think the overall industry will successfully transition to the nanometer age. Specific examples from the technologists’ broad exposure to industry...
G. Singer, Philippe Magarshack, Dennis Buss, F.-C.
Added 13 Jun 2010
Updated 13 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where DAC
Authors G. Singer, Philippe Magarshack, Dennis Buss, F.-C. Hsu, H.-K. Kang
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