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FABLESS: The Transformation of the Semiconductor Industry
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    Does most industry tools have the feature to effectively implement multi-supply volt

    Does most industry tools have the feature to effectively implement MSV (multi-supply voltage) technique in current design flow yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuzhufei View Post
    Does most industry tools have the feature to effectively implement MSV (multi-supply voltage) technique in current design flow yet?
    I do know that at our side Cadense CPF flow is being used for production chips.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Staf_Verhaegen View Post
    I do know that at our side Cadense CPF flow is being used for production chips.

    Hi, Staf_Verhaegen, thanks for comments!


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    Not really. The CPF/UPF stuff can drive synthesis, but there's no downstream support until you get to fast Spice. I've been campaigning for adding support for verification of power-managed designs to Verilog-AMS for years, but they're mostly analog guys that don't have that problem. The SystemVerilog committees also seem to be in denial and are avoiding anything with the smell of analog.


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