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What does LED stand for?
Light emitting diode (LED) is a display or lighting technology used in electrical and electronic products. May also be used in multimode fibers, optical mice and laser-class printers.
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2014-10-31 Manage layout-dependent effects in analogue design
As process geometries reduced, a new type of variability was introduced, collectively known as layout-dependent effects. Learn about the sources of intra-chip variability and how to design round them.
2014-12-18 What's hot at IEDM 2014?
The 2014 International Electron Devices Meeting proved that Moore's Law is still alive. The event was a victory lap for Intel, which gave more details on the 14nm finFET process.
2012-10-11 TSMC releases 20nm, CoWoS design reference
The silicon-validated CoWoS Reference Flow enables multi-die integration to support high bandwidth, low power and can achieve fast time-to-market for 3D IC designs.
2011-06-03 TSMC adopts Solido suite to improve 28nm reference flow
The Solido Variation Designer, currently used in TSMC's AMS Reference Flow 2.0, can help designers minimize late-stage changes due to process variations and layout-dependent effects.
2014-10-02 Synopsys, TSMC boost design solutions for 16FF+ process
The collaboration claims to deliver optimal practices and technologies for custom implementation with FinFET technology.
2011-06-03 Simulation products support TSMC's AMS reference
Magma Design Automation announced that TSMC has validated the Titan Mixed-Signal and FineSim simulation products for Analog/Mixed-Signal (AMS) reference.
2008-07-28 SanDisk to set standards for SSDs
SanDisk is set to announce a metric that reduces to a single number the expected lifetime of a flash disk, hoping the industry will adopt its Longterm Data Endurance approach as a de facto standard for solid-state drives.
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