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Mentor Graphics tool advances 28nm PHYs' success

12 Jun 2013

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Mixed-signal IP company SilabTech Pvt. Ltd. is ahead of schedule with the silicon success of their 28nm high-speed, mixed-signal PHY IPs for PCI Express, MIPI, SATA, M-PHY and USB 3.0., according to Mentor Graphics Corp. Mentor Graphics' Pyxis, Calibre and Eldo tools were used by SilabTech for custom layout, simulation, extraction, physical verification, and DFM analysis.

"With such a wide range of IC applications, SilabTech needs a tool flow that is both highly functional and supported by the world's leading fabs," said Sujoy Chakravarty, founder and CEO at SilabTech. "The advanced features of the Pyxis custom layout suite allow us to achieve best-in-class power and area quality of results, while verifying our designs with the Calibre Platform helps ensure that we will not have manufacturing surprises that could threaten our very aggressive design schedules."




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