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Reports focus on semiconductor devices and products for the automotive, computing, mobile phone, and digital camera markets.

Chipworks Adds Reports to Its Vast Technical Library

Ottawa | Posted on September 15th, 2009

Chipworks (www.chipworks.com), the world's leader in reverse engineering and patent infringement analysis for semiconductors and microelectronic systems, announced the availability of its latest technical reports and reviews spanning transceivers, MEMS, and image sensors.

The Chipworks Report Library is one of the most extensive and relied on collection of reverse engineering information in the industry. The comprehensive library serves as a valuable asset for new product design and launch, helping companies reduce design costs and deliver superior products faster. Additionally, Chipworks' collection of private reports aid corporate IP groups and IP law firms with patent licensing negotiation and litigation, and provides valuable insights as companies endeavor to expand their patent licensing programs.

More than 1800 public reports, on a comprehensive cross section of the industry, are available. The library provides in-depth coverage on global leaders producing advanced CMOS devices at the latest nodes, companies serving the power electronics space, MEMS suppliers, and image sensor manufacturers. Chipworks' Analysts continually develop new reports to ensure the library includes the latest technologies and devices. A sampling of recently added reports includes:

 Freescale Semiconductor MMM6000 Transceiver Package and Process Report
 AKM AK8974 Magnetic Compass MEMS Exploratory Report
 Richtek RT9284 White LED Driver Circuit Analysis Report
 Monolithic Power MP8708EN Process Node Assessment
 Toshiba HER4 8 Mp Second Generation 1.75 µm CMOS Image Sensor Imager Process Review

The easily searchable library ranges from Circuit Reports that detail how a chip is designed and Process Reports that show how a chip is built, to Functional Analyses that illustrate the floor plan and die utilization. Each type of report includes content required by Design Teams, Process Teams, and Product Line Managers to help make faster, better decisions. To search the Report Library, visit chipworks.com/seamark.aspx.

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About Chipworks
Chipworks is the recognized leader in reverse engineering and patent infringement analysis of semiconductors and electronic systems. The company’s ability to analyze the circuitry and physical composition of these systems makes it a key partner in the success of the world’s largest semiconductor and microelectronics companies. Intellectual property groups and their legal counsel trust Chipworks for success in patent licensing and litigation – earning hundreds of millions of dollars in patent licenses and saving as much in royalty payments. Research & Development and Product Management rely on Chipworks for success in new product design and launch, saving hundreds of millions of dollars in design, and earning even more through superior product design and faster launches. Headquartered in Canada, Chipworks maintains offices in the USA, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.

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