Recently, Ge Qun, senior vice president and chairman of China, a semiconductor EDA tool company, said in a survey they received this year that the more advanced the process, the higher the developer's income. More than 40% of chip developers with more than 7nm have annual revenues of more than 500,000, while 40% of the people in the 28-40nm mature process sector have an average annual income of only about 200,000. But overall, the industry's annual income of more than 300,000 workers from last year's 34% to this year's 46%.
While revenue has risen, the growth in chip demand has also left developers generally facing time-critical, project-delayed challenges. According to the questionnaire, 50% of developers believe that the biggest problem they face in their work is that projects are not delivered on time. To this end, SYS technology has introduced a range of new EDA technologies, including Fusion Compiler, a hyper-converged platform designed from 40nm-3nm chips, and an autonomous artificial intelligence application for chip design DSO.ai™, in the hope of helping developers improve the efficiency of chip design. (Writer/AI Financial News Agency Tang Wei/Zhao Yanqiu)