Easy-Logic Technology at DAC 2023
July 1, 2023
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Easy-Logic Will Showcase Its Latest Product Features at DAC 2023

Hong Kong, July 1, 2023 - Easy-Logic Technology today announced its participation at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) 2023 exhibition, to be held in San Francisco from July 10 to 12.  Easy-Logic Technology will showcase its latest Functional ECO features at the event, including the newly released product ScanChainECO, which is designed to address Design-For-Test (DFT) issues during the functional ECO process.

The increasing complexity of ASIC chip design and tightening project schedules present significant challenges to the design team, necessitating frequent implementation of Functional ECO operations. One specific area that poses difficulties for designers is managing the DFT scan chain logic, which is automatically inserted by tools during the design process. Handling the scan chain modifications resulting from functional ECOs often demands a substantial amount of effort from designers to achieve optimal results.

"At DAC 2023, we'll be sharing the latest functional ECO technologies, including highly precise ECO patching, scan chain fixing, and low power ECO, all with the shortest tool execution time and seamless integration into the user's existing ASIC design flow,”stated Max Qin, Chief Operating Officer of Easy-Logic Technology.  He emphasized, "A successful functional ECO can bring significant business benefits.  EasylogicECO and ScanChainECO, provided by Easy-Logic Technology, deliver these advantages to our valued customers".  Max continued, "We welcome everyone to visit our booth #2445 and engage in in-depth discussions with our technical support team".

DAC 2023 will be held at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. The exhibition dates and hours are from July 10-12, 2023, between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM.

Editorial Contact:

Zewen Liu

Easy-Logic Technology Limited

Phone: +852 6762 1097


Source: Easy-Logic Technology Limited

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