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Design risk

The risk associated with the impact on project cash flow from deficiencies in design or engineering. Also known as engineering risk.

Design Risk

The risk associated with potential flaws in the design of a good or its production and their effect on the project's cash flow. It is also known as engineering risk.
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Market leaders have adopted the SonicsMX[R] SMART Interconnect[TM] solution to improve time-to-market, reduce design risks and leverage a high degree of platform-based design flexibility.
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These IP cores are designed to improve the design time-to-market, eliminate design risks and reduce development costs for System-on-chip (SoC) designs.
These IP cores are designed to improve the design time-to-market delay, eliminate design risks, and reduce development costs for SoC designs.
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