Just what is a Christmas Cracker? Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 12/28/2005 Post a comment Having been born in the UK, this is the time of year when I have to explain British holiday traditions to my American friends, such as "just what is a Christmas Cracker?"
Lattice settles shareholder suit News & Analysis 12/22/2005 Post a comment Programmable logic supplier Lattice Semiconductor has reached a comprehensive agreement to settle a consolidated shareholder derivative litigation against a number of Lattice's former and current executive officers and directors.
I'm in Nixi Tube Heaven! Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 12/16/2005 Post a comment I've just been introduced to the "Mike's Electric Stuff" website, which provides a goldmine of information on early display technologies and other "stuff".
Lattice narrows 4Q revenue forecast downward News & Analysis 12/15/2005 Post a comment Lattice Semiconductor narrowed its fourth quarter revenue guidance. The company now expects fourth quarter revenue to be up 1 to 2 percent from third quarter revenue, down slightly from the company's earlier growth forecast of 1 to 3 percent.
Mixed-signal FPGA is here to stay! Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 12/13/2005 Post a comment I've seen a number of devices that might be classed as "field-programmable analog arrays (FPAAs)" appear and disappear, but I think this one is here to stay...
Xilinx ISE 8.1i boosts FPGA performance Product News 12/12/2005 2 comments Xilinx ISE 8.1i with Fmax technology provides enhanced physical synthesis capabilities for Virtex-4 and Spartan-3 FPGA architectures and boosts performance up to 70% over competing solutions.
OCP is the one for me! Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 12/7/2005 Post a comment Connecting IP cores together sounds easy if you say it quickly and wave your arms around a lot, but connecting these little scamps together is a non-trivial task.
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