Optimizations for performance, power, area and manufacturability
NEWARK, Calif. –– June 3, 2002 – Prolific Inc., the leading provider of automated standard cell creation software, today announced open registration for demonstrations in Prolific's booth #3061, at the Design Automation Conference, June 10-13 in New Orleans.
The sessions will cover the development and re-targeting of standard cell libraries for the 90 nanometer node, including: spacing rules that vary by width, overlap, and the proximity of other geometries for all layers; rectangular and multiple-sized contacts; forbidden pitches on all layers; multiple threshold voltages (low, normal, or high Vt) support for high-speed transistors or ultra low-power transistors; phase-shift conflict rules and other Resolution Enhancement requirements and optimizations; electro-migration rules; asymmetrical rules; and preferred width, spacing, and overlap to improve performance and increase manufacturability.
To schedule an in-booth demonstration contact Prolific by telephone at (510) 252-0490 x314, or by email at Email Contact.
Founded in 1995, Prolific Inc. develops the leading software for automatically creating standard cells without giving up custom design styles. Prolific's ProGenesis suite allows designers to quickly and accurately create optimized standard-cell libraries using design-specific information contained in a SPICE netlist, process-specific information defined in design rules, and designer-specific options specified in the cell template. The Prolific ProLiquid approach integrates the creation of standard cell libraries into the mainstream EDA flow, enabling design-specific standard cells to be created on the fly during the synthesis and place-and-route phase of the EDA design flow. Prolific is headquartered in Newark, Calif., at 39899 Balentine Dr., Suite 380, Newark, CA 94560, telephone 510/252-0490, fax 510/252-0491. For more information, visit www.prolificinc.com.
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