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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for UNITED KINGDOM.

GB

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This is the code used in international transactions to and from British bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the United Kingdom. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the United Kingdom. Most British subdivisions have their own codes with the prefix "GB." For example, the code for the Unitary Authority of Brighton and Hove is ISO 3166-2:GB-BNH.
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CO: Giga Information Group ST: Massachusetts IN: CPR SU:
Founded in 2003, Giga Scale Integration Corporation (Giga Scale IC) is a privately funded electronic design automation (EDA) company pioneering the development of tools designed to facilitate fast, accurate, and early technical and economic analysis and forecasting of IC designs.
Giga Scale IC is located at: 10050 North Wolfe Road, Suite SW1-266, Cupertino, Calif.
Giga Scale IC is a registered trademark, and Giga Scale Integration Corporation and InCyte are trademarks of Giga Scale Integration Corporation.
Giga Scale IC's chip estimation software product, InCyte(TM), lets users estimate design specifications such as die size, yield, power, leakage and cost, and offers tradeoff analysis options to minimize cost, reduce risk and speed time to market.
Founded in 2003, Giga Scale Integration Corporation -- or Giga Scale IC(TM) -- is a private Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software company that is focused on reducing electronic design cost.
Founded in 2003, Giga Scale Integration Corporation -- or Giga Scale IC(TM) -- is a private Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software company that develops InCyte(R), the first Specification Optimization System for integrated circuit (IC) design.
InCyte includes a specification cockpit, estimation engine, floorplan generator, performance calculator and compare display, driven by a Giga Scale IC-proprietary Technology Macro Modeler (TMM).