Aselta’s photolithography software just got better
Categorie(s) : MINATEC, News, Research
Published : 5 February 2016
Startup Aselta’s Inscale photolithography software has come through the validation phase with flying colors, positioning it to become the go-to software for MDP (mask data preparation, sometimes called “fracture”) at Leti. Improvements made to the software under a joint lab between Aselta and Leti have placed Inscale on a par with the current market leader.
Next on the software development roadmap? The joint Leti-Aselta lab, founded in 2012 and renewed in 2015, will be very busy developing additional features to meet new mask fabrication needs at Leti, in particular for photonics, density maps to detect process constraints early on, and the verification of new design rules.