Abbreviation of very large-scale integration
, the process of placing thousands (or hundreds of thousands) of electronic components on a single chip
. Nearly all modern chips employ VLSI architectures
, or ULSI
(ultra large scale integration). The line between VLSI and ULSI is vague.
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