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CDNLive! - 10 Gbit package design paper available to conference attendees

Comments(0)Filed under: SI analysis and modeling, Allegro 16.2, PDN, SerDes, CDNLive, SPB, SPB16.2, TSV, 3D-IC

For those of you that attended CDNLive! but may have missed the presentation on multi-gigabit package design by Kevin Roselle of Bayside Design, you can review the slide presentation by using your conference login and then downloading from here.  Bayside is involved in designing many high-end packages and it was a real eye opener to hear about the trials Kevin and his team have been through as they design and debug these leading edge packages while minimizing the package cost.

Kevin was nice enough to let me tag along with him and present how Cadence is addressing or planning to address many of the design challenges.  I think you will find the presentation interesting, but please let us know what you think. 

 

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