[Libre-silicon-devel] sea of gates and open analog

David Lanzendörfer david.lanzendoerfer at o2s.ch
Tue Feb 5 15:34:24 CET 2019

> Nice talk. But no, no glue which project he mention.
> Please ask Bunnie, I am very curious too.
What Bunnie is talking about is a very old and well known manufacturing method 
and is called "gate arrays".
Problems hereby are:
a) The standard cells are still closed
b) Unsuitable as soon as you wanna design anything beyond digital
c) There can be a logger or anything in the pad cells and you wouldn't know
d) Reverse engineering the chips you receive would also be a criminal offense.


Best regards

CEO, David Lanzendörfer
Lanceville Technology
22A, Block2, China Phoenix Mansion,
No.2008 Shennan Boulevard,
Futian District, Shenzhen 
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