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Steve Schulz
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re: Collaborative Advantage: The Future of Fabless Design?
Steve Schulz   9/20/2012 3:56:23 PM
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Thanks, David for the excellent observation... it's really an entire supply-chain integration issue (and particularly critical in optimizing PDKs, as you point out).

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re: Collaborative Advantage: The Future of Fabless Design?
PV-Geek   9/20/2012 12:45:46 AM
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We have also found increasing need to partner with the foundries and their customers in developing and optimizing PDKs built on our EDA tools. So the virtual re-aggregation applies to all members of the eco-system.



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