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2010-03-05 IPL Alliance launches iPDK open standard
The Interoperable PDK Libraries (IPL) Alliance has released the first open standard for interoperable process design kits (iPDKs).
2016-05-04 Dongbu provides iPDK support for Synopsys' Custom Compiler solution
Dongbu HiTek and Synopsys' newly developed iPDKs for 0.11?m mixed-signal for implementing audio codecs and DACs and 0.18?m BCDMOS process for designing data converters.
2016-06-23 Dongbu provides iPDK support for Synopsys
Dongbu HiTek and Synopsys' newly developed iPDKs for 0.11?m mixed-signal for implementing audio codecs and DACs and 0.18?m BCDMOS process for designing data converters.
2013-09-10 TSMC certifies Synopsis' design solution for 16nm FinFETs
Synopsys' Laker custom design solution provides users with access to a wide range of TSMC process technologies, from 180nm to 16nm.
2010-08-31 TowerJazz qualifies Magma's mixed-signal design platform
Magma's Titan software and TowerJazz's foundry technology provide mutual customers with a design and manufacturing solution that accelerates the design-to-silicon process and achieves first-time silicon success.
2010-09-17 Tanner EDA joins IPL Alliance
Tanner EDA aims to make IPL Alliance standards part of product roadmap
2010-03-16 Specialty foundries extend their reach
The specialty foundries Dongbu, MagnaChip, TowerJazz and X-Fab are expanding their wings with new capabilities or alliances.
2011-02-09 Process Design Kit standards elude industry
Disagreements over approaches to PDK standards have indefinitely delayed a solution could enable and speed up new analog and mixed-signal designs in foundries.
2011-01-21 PDK and reference flow for 0.18um power management process
Tanner EDA and TowerJazz announce PDK for 0.18um power management process. Kit includes symbol libraries for schematic capture software as well as parameterized layout generators for L-Edit.
2010-05-14 OpenPDK group misses pure-play foundry members
The Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) disclosed the founding members of the new OpenPDK Coalition, and notably pure-play silicon foundries including TSMC are missing from the list.
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