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Design platform bolsters FD-SOI use for low-power apps

09 Jun 2015  | Julien Happich

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Leti and its partners can also provide foundation IP or more complex system level IP blocks, RF, NVM, N/MEMS, 3D components and any other advanced technology to shape a unique, yet manufacturable product. At another level, Leti and List could provide embedded software to complete the whole product.

MPW shuttles are provided to open the doors to a wider set of users and projects, enabling innovators to test their ideas, especially mixed-signal, analogue or RF technologies or any new IP that would require silicon validation in FD-SOI.

The first 28nm FD-SOI MPW is planned for February 2016 to be processed at STMicroelectronics site in Crolles, near Grenoble.

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