Grenoble, Fance -- May 4, 2009
-- Dolphin Integration extends at 65 nm the ultra High Density design of the “SESAME HD BTF” library, celebrated as the densest library on the market even before the advent of Back-Tracking Freedom (BTF). Sesame HD BTF enables the winning combination of High Density together with predictable and faster P&R for the shortest Time-to-Fab.
The Dolphin Integration’s approach of one optimization criterion per stem, in association with two patented innovations dedicated to high density, ensures for HD BTF users the ultimate cost reduction at SoC level.
Moreover, through the elimination of Back-Tracking, thanks to the way of separating analog net drives from logic functions of cells, the HD BTF library realizes up to 60% of time savings for placement and timing optimization.
This new generation of libraries is launched at 65 nm LP for first availability. The stems for High Speed and Low Power shall be released soon for maximum flexibility for synthesis as well as Placement and Routing and for stem composition, enabling to address the widest range of SOC requirements.
The needed “logic standard” Motu Uta is made available on Dolphin Integration’s website to freely assess any library performance for fair comparison with Dolphin Integration’s latest innovation. It is made public to ease the transition to advanced technological processes.
For more information about our HD BTF library at 65 nm, click here
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