July 2012 Monthly Update 

90nm Generic Memory Compiler – Beta Testers Needed!

We are currently looking for individuals with prior knowledge and experience with the Synopsys 90nm Generic Library to test our new 90nm Generic Memory Compiler. The new Memory Compiler has the ability to generate a range of semiconductor memories. Key features include:

  • Support for a range of memory types
  • View windows
  • Multi-session environment
  • Ability to generate several memory instances simultaneously
  • Output explorer for fast and adhoc browsing of compiler generated outputs

If you would like to participate in the beta testing of the 90nm Generic Memory Compiler, please contact for more information.


The following new and updated courses are now available. Visit Members Only with your SolvNet ID and password to download.


North Carolina State UniversityApplication Exploration for 3-D Integrated Circuits: TCAM, FIFO, and FFT Case Studies
North Carolina State University: Various Authors
Duke UniversityArgus: Low-Cost, Comprehensive Error Detection in Simple Cores
Duke University: Albert Meixner, Michael E. Bauer, Daniel J. Sorin
University of TexasDesign of a Link-Controller Architecture for Multiple Serial Link Protocols
The University of Texas at Dallas: Various Authors
York UniversityTwo-Step Readout CMOS Image Sensor Active Pixel Architecture
York University: Tsung-Hsun Tsai, Richard Hornsey


ASAP 2012IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI
August 19-21, 2012
Amherst, MA, USA
FPL 2012International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL)
August 29-31, 2012
Oslo, Norway
Design EastDesign East
September 17-20, 2012
San Francisco, CA

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