If you are working with power integrity in physical design and approaching the 10nm and 7nm process nodes, you should not miss DesignCon this year. The DesignCon committee has set up a conference track titled “Overcoming Chip & Package Challenges in Signal/Power Integrity”:
On Wednesday, Feb 1 3:00pm – 4:15pm, Teklatech, Ansys/Apache and Broadcom will have a panel discussion titled “Power Integrity for 10nm/7nm SoC’s – Overcoming Physical Design Challenges and TAT”.
We will be discussing and sharing experiences from a PI optimization/reduction, PI analysis/signoff and end-customer perspective: “Abstract: SoC Power Integrity is a major challenge moving towards 10 and 7nm, and a new implementation and sign-off approach is needed to keep harvesting the benefits of technology scaling. Power Integrity is a multi-faceted problem which needs to be tackled smarter and more effectively at different steps in the flow. It will require design teams moving away from conventional wisdom towards a simulation aware implementation and signoff practices. Takeaway: Understanding on power integrity challenges on 14/10/7nm, and considerations to make before the first trial run.”
You can reach Teklatech’s CEO at firstname.lastname@example.org if would like to have a separate discussion before or after the session.
We hope to see you there!
You can read the details on the Power Integrity Track here.