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8/31/2005   Post a comment
This week Celoxica announced the results of a survey Rosy future yet 86% of designers report no ESL training indicating a major disconnect in ESL training although ESL use will dramatically increase.
Remember Bill Joy's Fear?
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8/25/2005   Post a comment
So, I know you're going to increasingly be experiencing the joy of designing FPGAs into the zoomiest applications. News is coming out fast and furious regarding that fact and I'm very excited as well.
Thwarting IP Hackers
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8/24/2005   Post a comment
Seldom do companies write complete articles to answer my Blogs. This week, Actel did. Last week I asked, "Given Actel's announcement this week (Actel Turns Security up a Notch) of secure in-system programmability based on 128-bit AES encryption, it made me just a bit curious as to where are programmable device security breaches to date?"
Security--What Holes?
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8/16/2005   Post a comment
I hate to shop. Although I know that there is a certain level of risk in doing business online, I still do a ton of it. I love Amazon.com, BN.com, Ebay, and Coldwater Creek. So far, I've been lucky that my transactions have remained secure; at least I think so.
Where No FPGA Has Gone Before
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8/10/2005   Post a comment
This week Mitrionics announced the ability to push-button program FPGAs in software for such lofty supercomputing computational-intensive applications as the human genome project, oil and gas exploration, aerospace, and finance.
FPGA vendors wisely follow the leaders
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8/4/2005   Post a comment
Taking a market driven approach is the way to go for FPGA and PLD designers.


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