Synopsys Adds Variation-Aware Library Models

August 2006
Electronic News;8/7/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 32, p48
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This article reports on the extensions that were added by Synopsys Inc. to the Liberty library format. The extensions are meant to allow a high level of accuracy and are built on the Composite Current Source models that aim to unify timing, signal-integrity and power. The Liberty library extensions are a key part of the company's strategy to address the emerging challenges at sub-65nm by allowing variation-aware design and furthering openness and interoperability in the industry.


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