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Mayan calendar predicts demise of Moore's Law
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9/30/2009   2 comments
Many have unsuccessfully predicted the end of Moore's Law. But what about predictions made before the law even existed?
Yet another FPGA startup
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9/15/2009   1 comment
A recent EE Times article revealed yet another FPGA startup, NuPGA.
An event like no other
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9/9/2009   Post a comment
On Sept. 16, EE Times will present a virtual conference on designing next-generation SoCs that promises to explore the challenges faced by developers of both ASIC- and FPGA-based SoCs.

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