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3-D architecture promises new type of PLD
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3/1/2010   5 comments
Startup Tabula made public details about its three-dimensional programmable logic architecture, which the company says will enable a new class of devices, 3PLDs, that offer the capability of an ASIC, ease of use of an FPGA and price points suitable for volume production.
AWR sets foot in Korea
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AWR Corp. announced it has opened a direct sales, support and marketing office in Gyeonggi-do, in South-Korea.
Springsoft integrates Edxact's post-layout analysis tool
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On the eve of the Design Automation & Test in Europe Conference, from March 8 to 12, 2010, in Dresden, Germany, edXact SA (Grenoble, France) said it has integrated its Comanche post-layout analysis tool into the Laker design environment.
Tabula tips time-share FPGA architecture
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Fabless FPGA startup Tabula Inc. has announced the architecture of its 3-D programmable logic devices (3PLD), which it is calling Spacetime, because it uses the temporal domain as third dimension to maximize the use of on-chip resources, thereby allowing denser logic.
Printed logic startup signs greetings card deal
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Nano ePrint Ltd., a spin off from the University of Manchester in England, has announced that it is developing an all-printed electronic greeting card in collaboration with Novalia Ltd., to a specification provided by Hallmark subsidiary Tigerprint Ltd.
Deutsche Telekom invests in Lantiq
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Lantiq Deutschland GmbH, the wireline spin-off from Infineon Technologies AG, has closed a "strategic investment" from T-Venture Holding GmbH, the venture capital arm of German telecommunications operator Deutsche Telekom AG.
SiLabs debuts wireless microcontrollers
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Silicon Laboratories has combined its line of microcontrollers with its line of wireless transceivers to create a family of 12 wireless microcontrollers which can single handedly handle many battery operated applications.
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