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April 20, 1992

TOSHIBA AMERICA CLAIMS SMALLEST GATE ARRAYS

By CBR Staff Writer

Toshiba Corp’s San Jose, California-based Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc has introduced the first of its next generation application-specific integrated circuit products based on a 0.5-micron CMOS Silicon-gate triple layer metal process, claimed to be the world’s smallest: designated TC180G, the new gate arrays offer up to 560,000 used gates and support 3.3V operation for low power applications – the TC180G series was specifically architected for high-performance low power or battery-operated applications such as laptops, notebooks, pen-based computers and handheld devices; performance is improved 20% and power consumption is reduced by 65% compared with 0.8-micron arrays operating at 5V; Toshiba will begin accepting orders for TC180G arrays this September.

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