The slow corner is the worst scenario for bit-cell write. In the slow corner, the transistors in the bit cell have weaker driving power and slower switching speed compared to the normal or fast corners. When writing data into the bit cell, the slower transistors may have difficulty charging or discharging the storage node within the necessary timeframe. This can cause timing problems and potential errors in data storage. Due to these issues with speed and reliability, the slow corner is considered the most challenging condition for performing a successful bit cell write operation.
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