As many of you know, IntSim is an open-source 2D/3D chip simulator that's been developed at Georgia Tech and MonolithIC 3D Inc. Using IntSim, one can optimize various parameters of a 2D/3D chip such as power, die size, number of metal levels, size of metal levels, gate count and clock frequency. The simulator helps study scaling trends and is a fun tool for students to intuitively learn how a chip works.
MonolithIC 3D Inc. is pleased to introduce the next version of the simulator, IntSim v2.5, to you today. We've added a great new GUI in this version of the simulator.
Double-click on the icon below to download and run IntSim v2.5
- Significantly improved Input and Output GUIs,
- Store and load technology files, and
- Sweep and optimize parameter values.
We hope you will have fun using IntSim v2.5. And if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org