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Opinion: Lifting the system-level fog with SoC verification

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re: Opinion: Lifting the system-level fog with SoC verification
fredrodriguez778   11/30/2012 4:30:18 AM
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Seems like a very complex procedure that they have came up with. Certainly the lifting process involves great coordination and closely linking the many steps to occur consequently so as not to mess up the orderly steps. I also note that the entire procedure certainly involves several verification processes. http://www.lift-all.com

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