This daylong event will feature leading-edge designers, university programs, and emerging EDA companies sharing successful approaches to verifying analog, mixed-signal, and RF circuits employed in 90nm to 28nm silicon.
AIXTRON SE today announced a new multiple tool order for 55x2-inch CRIUS II systems from existing customer Forepi. The new systems will be dedicated to the volume production of materials for high brightness blue LEDs.
This unit is designed to be a cost effective, mutli-functional tool for the forensic laboratory. It combines the ability to measure the refractive index of glass with high resolution microscope imaging and microspectroscopy by transmission, reflectance, fluorescence and polarization. CRAIC Elixir also features the ability to measure Raman spectra of microscopic samples.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a leader in global electronic design innovation, today announced that it has teamed with GLOBALFOUNDRIES to dramatically reduce the turnaround time for design-for-manufacturing (DFM) signoff at 28 nanometers.
Picosun Oy, Finland-based global manufacturer of state-of-the-art Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) equipment, expands its already comprehensive participation in both nationally and internationally funded, top-level scientific research programs by entering four new projects, topics of which range from advanced nanotechnological materials to novel, innovative ways to produce pollution-free renewable energy.
Eden Energy Limited through its wholly-owned US, Colorado-based subsidiary, Hythane Company LL, in its specially developed production laboratory in Denver has in 2011 made major breakthroughs in the time and costs associated with the production processes used in the manufacture from natural gas of both hydrogen and super-strong, superlight, and highly conductive nano-carbon products.
With the new Leica SR GSD from Leica Microsystems, scientists can now achieve resolutions far below the limit of diffraction that have never been attained before in widefield fluorescence microscopy. The system is capable of resolving details as small as 20 nanometers.