Tuesday, July 15, 2008

VLSI Articles

Articles which were found best for a VLSI beginner are listed below. Links are provided to read the full article.

Latest Articles

Three dimensional Chip Design
The three dimensional (3-D) chip design strategy exploits the vertical dimension to alleviate the interconnect related problems and to facilitate heterogeneous integration of technologies to realize system on a chip (SoC) design. By simply dividing a planar chip into separate blocks, each occupying a separate physical level interconnected by short and vertical interlayer interconnects (VILICs), significant improvement in Read more...

Intel, AMD... Why not more?

Why is it that the CPU market has so few players? Is it entirely a practical, technical issue of getting a physical plant up and running? What's more to the precious "CPU space"? Why can't we see more competition than just the Intel and AMD that we have now? Read More

Demand for engineering talent to double

The semiconductor industry in India is growing at a scorching pace of 25% against the global average of around 5% every year. The long-term prospects too look encouraging with government chipping in to support the industry. Read More...

Solar, Semiconductor Project Proposals Worth Rs.80,000 Cr. Await Indian Govt. Nod
The Special Incentive Package Scheme or SIPS, notified last year by the Indian Government to encourage investments in semiconductor fabrication and other micro and nano technology manufacturing industries, has attracted nearly a dozen proposals together worth Rs.80,000 crores that include corporate giants like Reliance Industries, Videocon and Tata BP Solar, the media reported. Read More...

Hynix to Produce Semiconductors for Vehicles
Hynix Semiconductor, the world's No. 2 dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chip manufacturer, has secured another springboard Monday to spur its strategic contract-based foundry business by forming a tie-up with a local fabless company.

Hynix said it has signed a binding agreement to buy a 5 percent stake in C&S Technology for 4.5 billion won ($4.5 million) and jointly develop semiconductors used in automobiles. Read More...


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