DRC rules in advanced nodes not only increase exponentially in number but also tend to become more complex. This can lead to increased runtime and are extremely difficult to debug as well. Foundry can also mandate additional checks related to “Reliability and Yield” as sign-off requirements. All of these can lead to significant overhead in the complete design cycle. With “Time to Market” becoming extremely important, design cycle times are shrinking and becoming shorter at advanced nodes. Seems a challenging scenario right?
So what do you do? Are you always thinking of adding more people/hardware to get job done faster? Do you always feel that when you take one corrective step, in reality it is taking you multiple steps backwards? Does multiple ECO requests bog you down? After fixing a DRC, do you always have some doubt hovering in your mind whether it was the right fix? Well, you are in the right place to get some of these questions answered…
Mansi Jaisingh – Application Engineer PV
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