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Posts tagged with 'Waiver'

30 Mar, 2010

Michael White In both my last post, and in John Ferguson’s posts, the reasons, challenges and costs associated with “waivers” for DRC were discussed.  As we have both pointed out, this is a growing problem as the IC industry increases its use of 3rd party IP while simultaneously the number of waivers within that IP is also increasing – resulting in a sea of waivers to deal with.  As we have deployed our Calibre … Read More

Waiver, Fab-lite, Fabless, Calibre, IC Design, Physical Verification, Foundries, Foundry

15 Jan, 2010

Michael White Historically, design rule checking (DRC) was a black or white proposition—either you passed all your DRC’s or you fixed the errors until you did pass.  Fast forward to today where much/most of the IP you use is from 3rd parties and/or your product has an increasing percentage of memory content and your design is never DRC clean at tape out.  Your design team is now constantly waiving over and over and … Read More

Foundry, Foundries, IC Design, DRC, SVRF, Tax, Waiver, Calibre, Physical Verification, Fab-lite, Productivity, Fabless, Sign-off, eqDRC, SoC, Equation-Based DRC

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