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Sunday, February 21, 2016

#337 Vertical Slit FET, VeSFET

Among transistor architecures offering possible solutions to the future low-power, high-denisty and highly reconfigurable logic and memory ICs, Vertical Slit FET, or VeSFETcontinues to intrigue me because (i) it offers alternative to transistor scaling solution to the challenges of ultra-low power digital ICs and (ii) it very efficiently integrates transistors in the circuit with multi-level metallization scheme. Not to mention its predicted by several simulations superior performance in terms of, for instance, Ion/Ioff ratio.

 

It will be interesting to see what will be chip manufacturers reaction to this highly innovative solution.

Posted by Jerzy Ruzyllo at 12:26 PM | Semiconductors | Link



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