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<p>Die Speicherhersteller wollen das Problem von zwei Seiten angehen: Einerseits steht der Kapazitätsausbau auf dem Plan, andererseits will man für aufkommende Consumer-Applikationen Speichertechnologien mit kleineren Strukturen anbieten.</p>

Additional product features such as embedded microprocessor control, programmable input voltage ranges up to 100 Vp, flexible triggering capabilities, and programmable filters further enhance the flexibility and performance of this module.

But Agilent is doubtful. The company acquired startup Red Switch for its Infiniband chip expertise but later abandoned product plans. We are convinced it's a really, really small market that is not maturing fast,” said Ottem.

Today, only Mellanox Technologies Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) makes Infiniband chips.


BANGALORE, India — A ground-breaking ceremony for Nano-Tech Silicon India Pvt. Ltd. — the first major semiconductor fabrication facility to be launched in India — was held Sunday (June 26) on the outskirts of Hyderabad in southern India.

The fab, intended to make low cost logic chips for consumer electronics goods, has Korean backing. Samsung Engineering has been contracted to provide project design and supervision. However, P. June Min, the South Korean promoter, cast doubt on whether IBM Corp.(see June 21 story) would take an equity stake in the wafer fab and participate as a technology partner, saying that this was only a 50 percent possibility.”

The project appears to have switched names. Earlier discussion of the Intellect-backed wafer fab project referred to India Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. The Indian chip making project is now being estimated to cost about $12 billion over the next 15 to 17 years, presumably involving a series of wafer fabs.


The first fabrication unit is estimated to cost about $600 million, but there are talks with potential partners which could result in up to 20 percent of the equity of Nano-Tech Silicon being sold to a partner.

Min said a leading Indian bank had agreed to syndicate nearly $300 million in debt financing for the project. The equity holding and other finances are expected to be settled and in place within the next couple of months. At least one leading Indian business is likely to purchase equity in Nano-Tech Silicon. Two private individuals, the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corp. and Min himself have invested in the seed financing, the amount of which was not disclosed.


The foundation stone for the first Nano-Tech Silicon facility was laid by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Rajashekara Reddy. The facility is due to be completed in about 18 months. The fab, which is expected to be an 8-inch plant, would have a total capacity of 30,000 wafers per month. Volume production is expected to begin by July 2006.

The Andhra Pradesh state government has promised the availability of 10,000 gallons of water daily and 40 megawatts of power for the project, which will provide employment for about 1,200 people.

I think everybody should have a simulator on their desk, rather than five simulators shared among

20 engineers,” Mo-hammed said. He also said he's developed some unique technology — zero overhead stack (Zeos) — which makes interpreted VHDL simulation rival the performance of compiled simulation, he said. Symphony EDA started selling VHDL simulation in 2003, but that release lacked performance for RTL and behavioral simulation. With the latest release, said Mohammed, now we can call the technology mature.”

Symphony EDA announced VHDL Simili 3.0 last week. It claims a two- to eightfold jump over previous releases in simulation performance for RTL code. Claiming full IEEE 1076-93 language support as well as the Vital library standard, it includes code coverage analysis, such debugging features as breakpoints and line stepping, a waveform viewer, a VHDL-aware design editor, automatic hierarchy detection and Tcl console for scripting.

In a market where simulators typically cost thousands of dollars, Symphony sets its own pace: $750 for the professional” edition, $300 for a standard” version without code coverage and debugging, and no charge at all for a development” version aimed at small designs and students.

Another attraction is automated license fulfillment.” With the company's Internet-based selling model, users can be running five minutes after downloading and installing the software, Symphony EDA said.

Comme indiqué l’an dernier, le Sud-Coréen Intellect Inc. a récemment approché le gouvernement régional d’Andhra Pradesh avec un projet de construction d’une usine de fabrication. Celle-ci devrait être baptisée India Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. ou ISMC.

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