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IBM Alliance Ready With 28 nm Eval Kits
Written by Gizmo   
Thursday, 16 April 2009 13:57

From Semiconductor International:

Touting advantages from its high-k/metal gate technology, IBM Alliance managers said 28 nm evaluation kits are now generally available to customers.

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 “Today, we are opening our 28 nm offering and evaluation kit to customer design engagements,” said IBM Vice President Gary Patton. “With the economy being what it is, many companies are saying they will jump over 45/40 with poly-oxynitride and go directly to 32/28 with high-k.” Some customers plan to do a linear shrink from 32 nm to 28 nm, while others plan to jump directly to 28 nm from today’s 65 and 45 nm nodes, he added.

The alliance, based in Fishkill, N.Y., completed its first 28 nm evaluation kit in December for use by early-access customers. The kit has since been updated, and customers now can sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with IBM and download the kit for evaluation-circuit testing.

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