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Green trends heat up for next designs

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Gone are the days when design was, well, design. Today it's DFM, design-for-quality, design-for-cost and DfE.
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I have often spoken to companies on these issues; it is not something to be left to junior staff!!
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The growing 'green' consciousness" or the DfE movement is beneficial for the IC industry as it pours a hefty investment on silicon processing and other elements needed for the devices. Why dispose off a device if it contains a mine of components that can help build another one? It's not just saving the environment--it also allows the company to re-use and process already available materials to make for a better design. It then paves way for the company to focus on bettering its design cost and quality (aside from power or space issues), but on its green impact as well.
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