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posted in November 2002
How Sun reduced cost /supply risk by moving to COT
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11/25/2002   Post a comment
Last year engineers at Sun Microsystems began a project to source a limited number of ASIC devices through a customer-owned tooling (COT) model.
Designing a high-performance, low-cost switch fabric chip-set using COT
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11/25/2002   Post a comment
Tau Networks recently announced a T64 switch fabric chipset consisting of two multi-million gate chips.
COT: post design considerations
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11/25/2002   Post a comment
The proliferation of libraries and intellectual property (IP) in the customer-owned tooling (COT) world has lowered the barrier of entry for those interested in moving to a COT design flow.
COT versus ASIC
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11/25/2002   Post a comment
COT or ASIC? No brainer for big, fast router market
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11/25/2002   Post a comment
The router products market — where the average throughput growth is an incredible 2.2X every 18 months — is moving faster than the formidable Moore's Law.
ASIC to COT: knowing your outsourcing options
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11/25/2002   Post a comment
The fabless model continues to grow as more companies recognize its benefits. The model includes both the customer-owned tooling (COT) and application- specific IC flows.
Packaging Choices for Wireless IC Designs
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11/22/2002   Post a comment
High-frequency chips pose difficult problems for designers looking for cost-effective, non-performance-limiting packages for these chips. Agilent's Chris Mueth discusses the different types of packages that are available, the required characteristics of these packages, and the need to integrate package and chip analysis into a common design flow.
Streamlining the SoC Design Flow
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11/20/2002   Post a comment
New process technologies are fueling ever-shrinking chips of rapidly increasing density and complexity. At the same time, SoC times-to-market are also shrinking. Mentor Graphics' Claudia Relyea describes the challenges facing SoC design teams along with some ideas for streamlining the chip-design flow.
PCB Design-Tool Progress Continues Slowly
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11/6/2002   Post a comment
Compared to chip design-tool development, advancements in the PCB design-tool arena are not very dynamic. TechOnLine's Jim Lipman discusses why he thinks PCB tool development is so slow and what PCB tool vendors need to do to address upcoming system-design problems.


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