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AnySilicon
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Understanding Maskset Type – MPW, MLM, MLR and Single-Maskset - See more at: http://anysilicon.com/understanding-maskset-type-mpw-mlm-mlr-single-maskset/#sthash.qTyx9imP.dpuf
AnySilicon   10/2/2013 1:39:33 AM
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Wow, what a great idea! For the readers that wish to learn about MPW, try this blog post - http://anysilicon.com/understanding-maskset-type-mpw-mlm-mlr-single-maskset/

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What a good idea
Max The Magnificent   10/1/2013 12:07:10 PM
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The first time I heard the concept of a Multi-Project Wafer shuttle program -- in which multiple companies share the cost of a mask set by creating their sub-chip as part of a larger devuce -- I thought "What a good idea". Now, the folks at eSilicon are making it easier to get involved in these shuttle programs. "Cool Beans," is all I can say :-)



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