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Wilbur Luo

Engineering Group Director in the Manufacturing Models and Implementation DFM group

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DAC DFM Coalition - Do You Work On Sunday Afternoons?
It was a sunny, Sunday afternoon in Anaheim (across from Disneyland). That combination of weather and entertainment didn't sway a group of 35 engineers from participating in the DFMC (Design for Manufacturability Coalition) Workshop at DAC 2010. On   Read More »
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Tidbits From TSMC Q209 Earnings Call - 40nm Yield
Earning calls sure are interesting! Below is an excerpt from the TSMC Q209 call (transcript from seekingalpha). The discussion revolves around the 40nm yield issues and TSMC's ramp to improving the yield. Dr. Liu really hits on a key element of DFM   Read More »
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The Buzz Around New Business Models
The buzz about showing and paying for value in EDA has been building over the past few years. People have complained about the high cost of tools and EDA vendors have complained about not getting enough value from the technology that can then be re-invested   Read More »
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Getting Good Silicon With More Accurate Timing
In these difficult economic times, achieving silicon success (functional and meeting specs) within an iteration becomes an even higher priority than before; there might not be a second chance to win that socket or hit that sales window. To that end, there   Read More »
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DFM in Disguise
DFM is an overloaded acronym/word. In some design flows, DFM can be found front-and-center and in others, it is just along-for-the-ride. It may be disguised as more rules in a process/rules design manual, or it can be quite explicit in a model-based analysis   Read More »
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