Quick and Easy Scripting Solutions for your IC Design Problems Interrogate Design: This demonstration is based on a problem where someone used the wrong library book, and it was discovered late in the design process. With our scripting interface, it’s very easy to exchange two library books. – See the video here.
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Si2 is launching Special Interest Groups for its OpenPDK and OpenAccess programs. Join us at the DAC 2017 organizational meeting, Monday, June 19, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Austin Convention Center, Room 7. For details visit http://www.si2.org/events/dac_sig_meeting/
Learn about this Intel contribution to Si2 and the industry, and join us for lunch at a special DAC 2017 program. https://lnkd.in/e8TJ7kG
Si2 oaScript Symposium: Scripting Made Easy DAC 2017 Austin Convention Center, Room 7 Tuesday, June 20, 2017, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Can you easily write new applications for your users? We’ll show you how. Can you easily integrate script tools into your applications? We’ll show you how. Do your applications have a fast-track learning system? […]
Author: James Church Today’s advanced packaging design requires low layer count and high pin density to satisfy the cost pressures facing the electronics industry. By leveraging the native design formats, rules and technologies of each substrate designers can achieve a cohesive, optimized and properly constrained product. Combining the OpenAccess IC layout database and Zuken’s own […]
DAC 2016 The Si2 Compact Model Coalition (CMC) is a collaborative industry-academia organization for creating standards for SPICE compact models. CMC standards drive innovation across the semiconductor foundry-fabless ecosystem by ensuring that well-vetted compact models and compact model interfaces are consistently implemented in vendor circuit simulators. This panel discusses developing cutting-edge models while simultaneously improving/maintaining […]
Author: James Masters, Intel In many traditional design flows, high-performance robust EDA capabilities are limited to formal EDA tools. Design Automation (DA) engineers build additional project-specific capabilities either by using an EDA tool’s proprietary scripting API or by creating a standalone lightweight script that relies upon translation of design data into other formats. This results […]
DAC 2016 Description The OpenAccess Database is the world’s most widely used, open reference database for IC design, with a supporting standard C++ API. It is superb for developing a stand-alone design tool and can also provide interoperability between EDA tools from different companies. The API is available in scripting languages through our extensions offering […]
In just over 10 years, process nodes will have shrunk from 100nm in 2005 to 10nm in 2017. An upsurge in the complexity of advanced DRC decks makes it almost impossible to code rule decks using basic Pass/Fail DRC rules. The exponential increase in the design rule count and the number of operations required by […]
DAC 2016: Description SoC development has become more than just silicon design. Today, successful SoC design requires consideration of the electrical, thermal, and mechanical interactions of the chip, the package and the board. This is especially true for silicon-in-package designs and 3D designs such as Hybrid Memory Cubes and High Bandwidth Memories. Co-design of the […]