SAN DIEGO, Aug. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) ("GBT” or the “Company”), is developing its own Integrated Circuit (IC) Design Rule Description language and format with the goal of enabling a secured, proprietary rule deck to be used in all of its current and future Electric Design Automation (EDA) tools. The GBT EDA technology is targeted to read a microchip’s process manufacturing rules, understanding its geometrical, electrical and manufacturing featured dimensions and constraints. These rules, provided by the fabrication plant, are the reference for GBT’s computer programs to analyze the IC data. This process is called IC verification and it is done in few domains, which are geometrical (DRC - Design Rule Check), Connectivity (LVS - Layout vs Schematic), Reliability (RV – Reliability Verification) and DFM (Design for Manufacturing). In order to enable a mathematical language to describe these rules, GBT is developing its own standard rules language and format called GSR (GBT Standard Rules). This format is planned to be implemented using Python language due to its fast performance and flexibility. GBT’s EDA technologies, among them are Epsilon (For Reliability Verification) and Omega (Geometrical Design Rule Aware Environment) will be using the proprietary rule deck as an input. Fabrication plant design rule description will be converted into GSR (GBT’s Standard Rule) format and encrypted to ensure security and confidentiality. GBT’s rule file will be governing the microchip’s layers definition, mathematical/logic operations and manufacturing rules. Once developed, it is the goal that GBT’s proprietary new language and format will ensure rapid IC process rules understanding, processing and robust security. Particularly with advanced nodes of 5nm and below there is a need to ensure rapid understanding of complex geometrical, connectivity, electrical and manufacturing rules. The new language and format enable a comprehensive rule description to support analog, digital and mixed design styles. The new standard language is planned to be used in all future GBT EDA technologies.