The developments in the past in chip design laid the foundation for lower technology nodes that will improve power, area, and cost function. At every new node: 28nm, 16nm, 7nm, 5nm…. new challenges, tools and standards are emerging.
As Lower technology node migration has expanded the reach to new deployment and business models, the microarchitecture design fueling the next-gen ASICs, and SoCs. Today, eInfochips is working on many 7nm, 16nm ASIC tape-outs that will continue to power multiple applications in networking, artificial intelligence, machine learning, etc.
Here is an infographic that defines the journey of eInfochips towards lower technology nodes: