July 2006
Electronics Weekly;7/19/2006, Issue 2250, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that technology company Handshake Solutions has released the fifth generation of its clockless integrated circuit technology. The new design, TiDE 5.0, features improved layout and testing, and support for Cadence, Synopsys and Magma and flows. Failure analysis during post-production has been simplified, and scan-chain insertion is now performed before layout.


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