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April 11th, 2005

Shift to 65-nm designs likely to be quick

Abstract:
Many IC designers may quickly move past the 90-nm node for digital-dominated designs to 65-nm design rules. However, richer models are needed to improve first-time design success rates, said Ted Vucuverich, senior vice president of advanced R&D at Cadence Design Systems Inc.

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