Want even more detail on the Intel Sandy Bridge chipset bug? Click here.

Yesterday, I wrote a blog post about Semico’s Tony Massimini, Chief of Technology, and his blog entry in Semico Spin about the Intel Sandy Bridge chipset bug. Massimini gave a detailed technical analysis of the problem and the fix. (See: “Want a deeper analysis of the Intel Sandy Bridge chipset bug?“) Now EDN’s Mike Demler has added even more depth based on his experiences with chip design and fabrication with this blog entry: “Price for a new SATA I/O $700M. A complete AMS verification? Priceless!

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EDA360 Evangelist and Marketing Director at Cadence Design Systems (blog at https://eda360insider.wordpress.com/)
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