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16nm Pushes Chip Design Boundaries at CDNLive

3/7/2014 09:45 AM EST
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krisi   3/7/2014 3:33:14 PM
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I wonder how many engineers around the world are interested in design practices at 16nm node...must be a very small, selective club...at 5nm node there will be 2 fabs and 1 thousand designers desiging ICs in that process...are we close to that point?

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