DAC 2009: IPL Alliance Luncheon

The EDA Earthquake: Interoperable PDKs Shakin' Up the Analog Design World
In 2008, TSMC announced that it was joining the IPL Alliance and collaborating with key alliance members to create the industry's first 65-nm interoperable PDK. At the DAC 2009 lunch event, IPL members presented details about a foundry-qualified and validated interoperable PDK. Over 100 attendees learned more about the challenges, features, and IPL roadmap. In addition, Wipro provided its experience using the kit.

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