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Xilinx announces FPGA initiative with IBM, Mentor, Synopsys, and others
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11/7/2000   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- Moving to accelerate its system-on-a-chip strategy, Xilinx Inc. here late Monday evening teamed up with five companies to launch a major initiative that could redefine the booming market for field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
LinkUp, Accelerate ink deal to offer royalty-free, real-time software on chip line
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11/1/2000   Post a comment
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- LinkUp Systems Corp. continues to beef up its system-on-a-chip line for embedded applications, announcing a deal with Accelerated Technology Inc. (ATI), a supplier of real-time operating software. Under the terms, LinkUp will make available ATI's royalty-free Nucleus line of real-time software in its LinkUp L7200 system development board. The board is based on LinkUp's L72xx processor, a chip based on ARM Ltd.'s ARM7 RISC processor core.


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