3D tool aims at 28nm for MEMS and new structures

Electronic Components, Nick Flaherty

Design tool developer Coventor is aiming at the process and integration challenges of 28nm and beyond with the latest version of its 3D software.

Already used widely for designing micromachined (MEMS) systems and memory structures, the technology is increasingly important for building 3D transistor structures at leading edge geometries.
SEMulator3D 2012 adds 64bit support and increased capacity, speed and automation advancements to accelerate development of leading-edge process technology nodes.

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