Very large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of integrating or embedding hundreds of thousands of transistors on a single silicon semiconductor microchip. VLSI technology was conceived in the late 1970s when advanced level computer processor microchips were under development. VLSI is a successor to large-scale integration (LSI), medium-scale integration (MSI) and small-scale integration (SSI) technologies.
I learn more information in java diagrams and coding.Simply amazing!Very useful internship classes and also i know the projects what is going in current trend.I got good knowledge from java and also forgot my ideas.I got in depth coding knowledge from the staffs of VLSA.
Mythili, S.S.S Jain College