Request For Technology


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Request For Technology

(RFT) The process established by the OSF to get proposals for new standards.
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A Request for Technology has been issued seeking technical donations.
The DFMC has also released a Request for Technology (RFT) seeking contributions that extend OpenDFM to unify additional DRC and DFM checks, such as in 2D pattern matching, 3D parasitic extraction, specialized reliability checks, edge operations, and targeting.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) today published the Low Power Coalition's (LPC) approved Roadmap for Common Power Format (CPF) extensions planned out through mid-2009, along with a Request for Technology (RTF) to support the CPF extensions as well as power/design flow-related requirements.
buildingSMART alliance, the OGC and Sponsors of the AECOO (Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Owner and Operator) Testbed have today issued a Request for Technology (RFT).
AUSTIN, Texas -- In response to a Request for Technology issued last week, the Low Power Coalition (LPC) of Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) today announced that Cadence Design Systems has provided full source code for a Common Power Format (CPF) version 1.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) today announced that the Low Power Coalition (LPC) has issued a Request for Technology (RFT) seeking additional enabling technologies building upon and enhancing the Common Power Format (CPF).
AUSTIN, Texas -- In response to a Request For Technology (RFT) issued earlier this year, a statistical library format has been contributed to the Open Modeling Coalition (OMC) of the Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2).
The format being developed by the companies will be contributed to the Open Modeling Coalition in response to Si2's request for technology (RFT).
OGC) invites responses to a Request for Technology (RFT) in support of an OGC Interoperability Initiative called the "OGC Web Services Initiative Phase 2.

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