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May 28th, 2003

VLSI symposium eyes 65-nm logic

Abstract:
Though 90-nanometer designs are not expected to move into early commercial production until late this year, about a dozen papers at the 2003 VLSI Technology Symposium will target 65-nm design rules. Full-blown 65-nm technology demonstrations are expected at the symposium-planned for June 10-12 in Kyoto, Japan.

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