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Next QuickLogic line due in second quarter
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2/18/2000   Post a comment
Programmable-logic vendor QuickLogic Corp. will be relesasing its newest FPGA family within a few months, chief executive Thomas Hart said. The parts will be Quicklogic's first new family since the pASIC 3 line came out in 1997.
Programmable logic may ease encryption hacks
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2/11/2000   Post a comment
Separate papers at the FPGA 2000 conference at Monterey, Calif., this week highlighted how programmable logic can be used to create or crack data encryption schemes.

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