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Sonics is the leading supplier of system IP, which includes on-chip networks, security, power and memory subsystems.

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Amkor Technology


Amkor is one of the world's largest providers of advanced semiconductor assembly & test services.

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Packet Digital


Packet Digital has a team of skilled engineers ready to help design, verify, and implement your FPGA or ASIC solution. Specializing in analog and mixed-signal designs, the team can take your design from requirements capture to customer delivered silicon.

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Open-Silicon provides semiconductor solutions such as traditional ASIC design, derivative and platform SoCs, hardware and software design, and production handoffs.

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Aptasic offers turnkey solutions to efficiently handle the ASIC supply chain (from wafer supply to good packaged ICs delivery). The company is ISO 9001:2008 certified (SQS) since 2006.

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    Corner-based Timing Signoff and What Is Next?

    March 23, 2015

    The corner-based timing signoff approach is a historical and traditional method that has justified a development and enhancements of conventional STA tools and signoff flows. The number of signoff corners exponentially grows along with an increase of variation sources, their magnitude, and timing margins. It becomes

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    March 18, 2015

    During the last decades, important advances in microelectronic techniques and technologies had been fueling the introduction of new wireless enabled products accessible to a large number of people around the world. Without the competitive price offered by CMOS, the widespread use of wireless enabled engineering complex devices, e.g. smartphones, tablets, etc. would

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