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22 Jan, 2011

Dawn at the OASIS

Posted by Joe Davis

Joe Davis Almost 10 years ago, as the industry was starting to adopt model-based OPC and other resolution enhancing techniques on a large scale, the ITRS got out its looking glass and saw an “explosion” in the size of the files used to describe chip layouts. As a result, a group of industry companies collaborated to create a SEMI spec for the OASIS format for layout data. The format was officially … Read More

diffusion of innovation, GDSII, Adoption, RET, tape-out, OASIS, OPC

14 Aug, 2009

Joe Davis Now that almost all of the major custom design tools run on OpenAccess, we often get asked about how well Calibre supports OpenAccess (OA). The truth is that Calibre has supported reading polygonal data from OA since February 2007 and we have kept up with the new releases of OA as they come along. What has really driven adoption of OA in the last year or so has been the release of Virtuoso on OA, the … Read More

GDSII, PCELLs, Calibre

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