IBM has developed a 32nm SOI prototype of the smallest, densest and fastest on-chip eDRAM. It uses four times less standby power and has up to a thousand times lower soft-error rate. The technology will be used by a wide range of ASIC and foundry clients, and as well as in IBM’s servers. An initial 32nm ARM library is available now, with 22nm development also underway. Details will be described at IEDM in December.
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