Chip design and manufacturing is a very expensive process. Not only is chip design software, called electronic design automation, or EDA, expensive to license, but making the first test chips in fabrication facilities can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
“We’re hoping that the collaboration is going to address what are really historical limitations of chip design and production, both for national defense as well as commercial markets, because researchers get improved accessibility and developers get to go through that exploration faster and candidly at lower costs,” said Will Grannis, CEO of Google Public Sector.

Made on
Tilda