Partnership Takes Center Stage at SAFE Forum 2022
Samsung Foundry’s robust ecosystem of valued partnerships was in the spotlight at SAFE Forum 2022, with an agenda packed with keynotes, panel discussions, plenary sessions and technical sessions, all involving presentations from partner, customer and industry leader representatives.
Keynotes included Synopsys on collaboration opportunities enabling hardware design transformation, Cadence on catalyzing innovation and AMD on creating solutions for high performance and adaptive computing. Panelists featured representatives from SoC and IP startups including AyarLabs, Avicena, Esperanto, Groq and Ethernovia. A partner pavilion, which attendees could visit, featured 38 partners.
“I am so grateful for and proud of the achievements we have built together,” said Lee, expressing his sincere appreciation of all SAFE partners and encouraging guests to network and learn more.
Four Technical Sessions Exploring the World of SAFE
Lee concluded by teeing up the afternoon’s four technical sessions. Spanning 22 presentations, these sessions covered several of Samsung Foundry’s biggest projects in four key SAFE fields: how progress is going, what has been achieved and what the future holds for numerous vital, innovative Foundry technologies.
The first session came under the theme of GAA and More Moore, which explored Samsung’s journey with its most advanced process technology, 3nm GAA.
The second session was Multi-die Integration, which covered the company’s design flow and methodology for addressing 3DIC design challenges in multi-die systems. This included TSV-aware design, 3D IC partitioning and package implementation.
The third session, Advanced IP for HPC, tackled leading IP solutions from the SAFE ecosystem for high performance computing.
The final session, Advanced Design Platform, saw design solution partners discuss their Samsung Foundry-leveraging design services and solutions, celebrating many success stories while doing so.
To learn more about these sessions or to watch them in full, visit the SAFE Forum Archive Page