June 11, 2012 -- Semiconductor design companies, particularly in analog and power, have evolved. Previously, engineers at headquarters defined new products in terms of functionality and specifications, and the only remote facilities were sales offices and fabs. Today, designs can come from anywhere, often with collaboration between far-flung and unexpected organizations.
By Don Tuite, Electronic Design technology editor for analog and power.
This brief introduction has been excerpted from the original copyrighted article.