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ULSI

(Ultra Large Scale Integration) More than one million transistors on a chip. See SSI, MSI, LSI and VLSI.
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NEC believes that interconnect module technology using density-modulated low-k technology is essential to realizing 32nm-node ULSIs, and it will continue to advance its research activities toward their early realization.
Furthermore this technology facilitates 10 times more accurate and much faster testing of time margins in integrated circuits, wherein such advantages are critical for effective testing of ULSI chips comprising mixed-mode signal processing.
His contributions over a period of 40 years created the technological infrastructure and tools that enabled the IC industry to move from manual design, manufacture and test to automated design, manufacture and test of LSI and ULSI integrated circuits.
Stork was Director of the ULSI Research Lab and later the Internet Systems and Storage Lab at HP Laboratories, Hewlett-Packard.
Our S510 Semiconductor Reliability Test System is a high channel count, turnkey solution for use in reliability testing and lifetime modeling of the world's most advanced semiconductor devices, known as ULSI CMOS processes, at the smallest device sizes, 65nm node and beyond.
As director, he was responsible for delivering mask preparation and RET implementation for Motorola's fabs, and for integrating RET into Motorola's ULSI system design flows and methodologies.
They include evaluation boards such as Hitachi ULSI Systems' Solution Engine, and the Renesas E10A-USB emulator.