If you aspire to design the next wonder chip, it is worthwhile for you to know about very-large-scale integration (VLSI). VLSI Technology has succeeded in making a drastic change in our daily life from first generation computers to today’s smartphone. Instead of accommodating more circuits in the system, an Integration technology was developed to increase the number of components that are to be placed on a single chip. This Technology not only helped to reduce the size of the devices but also improved their speed. In olden days during the vacuum tube era, the size of Electronic Devices were huge, required more power. So there was certainly a need to reduce the size of these devices and their heat dissipation,hence the growth of VLSI Technology has improved.
The trend in design and manufacturing of very large scale integrated circuit shows an ongoing move towards smaller devices on increasing wafer dimensions. VLSI circuits are used everywhere, real applications include microprocessors in a personal computer or workstation, chips in a graphic card, digital camera or camcorder, chips in a cell phone or a portable computing device, and embedded processors in an automobile.
With consumerisation comes the pressure to lower costs, small size leads to more and more complicated systems can be integrated into a single chip, the so-called System-on-chip (SoC), which brings to VLSI engineers ever increasingly challenges to master techniques in various phases of VLSI design. Since VLSI is aniche industry, skillsets in this industry are short in supply and therefore in great demand. Hence there is tremendous scope and growth for those who choose VLSI design as a career.
Being a fast-changing technology area, VLSI design is an extremely challenging and creative sector that offers exciting opportunities and fast growth for engineers. Today, there is a huge demand in the industry for VLSI designers to develop field-programmable gate array (FPGA) implementations, application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) designs and SoCs.
It's a globally known fact that the final year project will greatly impact the career of students. It will be the single largest piece of work that exhibits the best skills gained during the graduation course. The kind of project chosen often determines the career prospect and specialization. That is the reason why colleges doesn't encourage students buying projects from project centers instead of doing them on their own.
Unlike project center where the students can buy the projects, PLC Technologies invites the students to work along with the R&D (Research and Development) department to complete their project.
The core benefits acquired by accomplishing final year projects are knowledge and experience. How could it be possible to gain knowledge if you buy projects from a project center. It might be a shortcut but not a smart work. Whereas PLC Technologies is offering exiting opportunity to students to avail project internship to complete their IEEE / Application projects in Chennai. Shortcut or smart work? The choice is yours....