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IBM makes oscillator from nanowire transistors
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A series of functional 25-stage ring oscillators has been made by a team of researchers from the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center using silicon nanowire transistors with diameters down to 2.6-nanometers.
Imperas defines flow to run Mentor Nucleus RTOS, EDGE on OVP reference platforms
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Imperas Ltd. claimed it has conceived a flow that eases embedded software development with the Mentor Nucleus Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) and the Mentor Embedded software tools.
IBM, partners to report 22-nm FinFET SRAM
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6/1/2010   2 comments
A research team comprising authors from IBM Research, GlobalFoundries, Toshiba and NEC has produced an SRAM cell with an area of 0.0063 square microns using FinFET transistors and optical lithography.
ASE uses Apache's chip-package-system analysis tools
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Taiwan's Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) Inc. announced it has licensed Apache Design Solutions’ products for chip-package-system convergence.
Cadence uses Rapid Bridge's LiquidIP
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Cadence Design Systems Inc. and Rapid Bridge LLC have signed an agreement under which Rapid Bridge's LiquidIP, a system of interdependent, silicon-proven IPs, becomes available as part of the Cadence Open Integration Platform.
GlobalFoundries to spend $3 billion on expansion
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6/1/2010   2 comments
Foundry chip maker GlobalFoundries Inc. has announced plans to expand its global semiconductor manufacturing operations with an additional spend of $3 billion over the next couple of years.
ATIC preps Abu Dhabi for chip manufacturing
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Advanced Technology Investment Co. (ATIC), the Abu Dhabi government-owned investment vehicle behind foundry chip maker GlobalFoundries Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.), has announced it plans to create an "advanced technology cluster" in Abu Dhabi.
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