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Subject: What is the full-custom design in SOC design?

Date: 08/08/99
Posted by: Jayhyouk O
E-mail: paaran(at)mail(dot)hitel(dot)net(no spam)
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Hi! Mr. Martin introduced this site.. So, I'm really glad to meet you in here, everyday.. Now, this is my first asking message.. Nowadays, I have a big trouble with what is full-custom design in System-On-Chip design.. Via so many papers, I've heard that full- custom design makes more powerful design in SOC. But, I cann't imagine that couple of million transistors implemented by hand, not without Systhesis, auto P&R. So, I think some tricky SOC design flow exists.. Anybody heard, or give me short guidance about full-custom design in SOC, for example alpha CPU from DEC. My Project Leader, and Front-end designers believe that only full-custom design is only key methods to implement so fast MCU like as ALPHA or JAVA CPU(more 200MHz). I'll wait for your some advices or guidance... Bye..

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