jedijazz Friday, 04/30/21 08:45:58 AM Re: None Post # of 10662 $GTCH “Today’s advanced manufacturing technologies present tougher challenges for integrated circuits physical implementation. Microchips are being scaled down to meet the never-ending increasing demand for more functionalities, lower power consumption, higher performance and lower cost, creating major design and manufacturing challenges. Microchips today have to be competitive from density, reliability and variability perspectives. In addition, designs have to obey new manufacturing nodes design rules which creates enormous challenge to meet schedules in a timely manner. Moreover, frequent modifications and updates to advanced nodes design rules make it even more challenging to keep up with manually or automatically. Especially with deep nanometer chips, manufacturing is facing massive challenges in terms of silicon manufacturability, and yield efficiency. Through our research on Delta, we are seeking to introduce an automatic layout migration, compaction and optimization solution to successfully handle all these requirements and updates, with the goal of delivering optimal process migration data that is design rule clean with a click-of-a-button. The never-ending quest to achieve cost effective microchip designs, with more capabilities, and higher performance has become a true challenge, especially as we dive into advanced nanometer nodes of 5nm and below. Delta is aimed to offer a whole world of possibilities with the goal of enabling semiconductor design companies to easily move to the next technology node or an entirely different process, opening new markets horizons and competitive growth,” stated Danny Rittman, the Company’s CTO. ALL comments are In My Own OPINION. Please Use Your Own DD for Stock Trading.