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Achieving High Throughput Inspection of Multiple SOI Wafers
Posted date : Dec 7, 2005

Historically, chipmakers conducting incoming quality control (IQC) on SOI wafers used for advanced logic devices are challenged in inspecting the

First ASIC design kit for 90nm SOI process
Posted date : Dec 7, 2005

Soisic solution enables any ASIC designer using industry-standard EDA tools to move transparently into SOI     Until now, any compan

Ballistic SOI-MOSFETs: Ultimate High-Speed CMOS Devices
Posted date : Dec 7, 2005

The carriers’ ballistic transport is a key issue for realizing future high-speed CMOS devices. At the 2004 VLSI Technology Symposium in Honolul

New Options for GaN RF
Posted date : Dec 7, 2005

Smart Cut™ enables innovative substrate solutions GaN HEMT technology holds enormous promise for increasing the power of commercial RF a

More and More Strain
Posted date : Dec 7, 2005

Dr. Yoshimi reviews some recent approaches to strained SOI implementation Implementing strain into the channel of MOSFETs has become m

Self-Powered Short-Range Wireless System with MTCMOS/SOI LSIs
Posted date : Dec 7, 2005

Ultralow-power MTCMOS/SOI technology enables self-powered wireless transmission by just touching a terminal Ultralow-power LSIs with 1- to

SOI and sSOI Address MPU Clock Speed Challenge
Posted date : Jul 11, 2005

IC makers need both local and global strained SOI to win the GHz race. At the device level, the switching speed of MOS

On the Smart Cut™ Frontier
Posted date : Jul 11, 2005

The inventor of Smart Cut technology, Dr. Bruel reflects on its impact for the industry. I knew a time when it was very common to e

Strain and SOI Lead to Faster, Cooler Transistors
Posted date : Jul 11, 2005

Applied Materials responds to evolving requirements. Prior to 65nm device manufacturing, performance improvements from

10 Years – Already?
Posted date : Jul 11, 2005

One of the world’s leading SOI experts considers Smart Cut innovations and future potential. I remember a meeting with a PhD stud