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Richard Goering

I've been writing about EDA and IC design for 25 years. I've worked as an editor for Computer Design, EE Times, and SCDsource. I now work at Cadence as senior manager of technical communications, and I manage the Industry Insights blog.

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Flash Memory Summit: 3D NAND Flash Faces Cost, Reliability Challenges
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