Atomistix sees exit in circuit design software company

While at the Semicon West show the other week, we toured the emerging technologies section, which incidentally was pushed off to the side away from the main exhibition areas, betraying the semiconductor industry’s lack of interest in new and emerging technologies. The usual suspects like Cambrios an...

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