Chipworks Offers Inside Details of Intel 65nm Pressler Processor

1/16/2006 - Chipworks, the industry leader in reverse engineering and analysis of semiconductor chips and systems, announced they have analyzed the Intel® 65nm "Pressler" Processor, Intel part number BX80553920. Chipworks is taking immediate orders for its Structural Analysis Report (SAR-0602-801) and DC Transistor Characterization Report (TCR-0602-801) on this much-anticipated Intel 65nm transistor.

"The industry has eagerly awaited the availability of 65nm and its promise of improved capability and performance. Today, Chipworks is the first to take customers inside 65nm," says Terry Ludlow, Chipworks Founder and CEO "Our analyses will reveal the structural and process elements Intel used to improve transistor performance while claiming to reduce the levels of power generation and consumption. Customers rely on Chipworks high levels of detailed and timely information to improve their own designs while maintaining their competitive position."

A copy of these reports can be obtained by contacting Chipworks.

Chipworks’ Structural Analysis Report will include analysis on key Intel 65nm design elements that have lead to performance improvements, these are claimed to include:

"Our team will also evaluate the 10-15 per cent improvement in drive current that Intel claims for the process over their 90nm process generation. Our customers will be the first to have access to this information," says Terry Ludlow.

The results will be delivered in the Chipworks DC Transistor Characterization Report, TCR-0602-801 and will provide a clear and quantitative analysis on exactly how these new Intel 65nm transistors perform.

The report will also cover:

About Chipworks
Chipworks is an internationally recognized technical services company that analyzes the circuitry and physical composition of semiconductors and electronic systems. Our services include a wide range of applications in patent licensing support and competitive study. For over 13 years, Chipworks has successfully helped semiconductor and electronics organizations achieve their goals by supporting research and development efforts in strategic product development and patent portfolio management. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, the Company has offices around the world.

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