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Cosmic offers MIPI PHY core in 40-nm

12/10/2010 02:33 PM EST
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kmonsen
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re: Cosmic offers MIPI PHY core in 40-nm
kmonsen   5/3/2011 10:04:58 PM
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For MIPI D-PHY in 40nm (40LP), there are a few other companies: Synopsys, Mixel (small company), Arasan. I think most of them are working on or have M-PHY already, as well. Some are silicon proven, some aren't. For ex., Synopsys is expensive, but does a good job at proving out their IP (test chips, characterization, etc.).

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DrFPGA   12/24/2010 11:30:30 PM
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Designed for implementation means that it has not yet been implemented at 40nm- correct? That seems to be the issue for some of the smaller IP companies- they need a customer to prove out their design..

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elctrnx_lyf   12/13/2010 5:37:21 PM
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It is good to see cosmic circuits taking up the lead in the 40nm cores for analog front end for M-PHY. A leading semi conductor company also awarded them recently. But I’m not able to recollect the details.

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re: Cosmic offers MIPI PHY core in 40-nm
krisi   12/10/2010 4:13:11 PM
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This is amazing. Small, relatively unknown fabless company offering 40nm IP circuitry? Pretty impressive...who else is offering IP at 40nm? Kris

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