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posted in February 2005
RTL synthesis support is downloadable
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2/25/2005   Post a comment
Precision synthesis supports all lattice digital devices including latticeECP-DSP and latticeEC FPGAs
Integrated design environment gives optimizing support for Flash-based FPGA families
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2/24/2005   Post a comment
Software allows customers to fully leverage all architectural features and performance of the new low-cost devices and enables device serialization
C/C++ to VHDL for $995
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2/19/2005   1 comment
Will C/C++ become a standard for modelling hardware and software systems?
Lowest cost FPGA gets complete hardware support
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2/15/2005   Post a comment
Development solutions enable ISP and security features of Flash-Based FPGAs
Economical FPGA's benefit from new downloadable design tool
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2/15/2005   Post a comment
Advanced logic design tools now available via download, supports larger and less expensive FPGAs with embedded functional blocks.
Low-power FPGAs now available with industrial temperature ratings
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2/15/2005   Post a comment
Extended temperature range coupled with low-power cuts down battery weight in hand-held devices
90 Intellectual Property (IP) cores now available for new ProASIC3 and ProASIC3E FPGA
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2/11/2005   Post a comment
Designers can quickly implement designs leveraging advanced device features
3.5G wireless network products embrace Stratix GX devices
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2/11/2005   Post a comment
Panasonic Mobile Communications has selected Stratix GX FPGAs and the Nios embedded processor to deliver critical performance-intensive functions for its next-generation 3.5G network base transceiver station (BTS).
Web downloadable programmable logic design tool suite supports new low-cost LatticeEC FPGAs
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2/11/2005   Post a comment
Complete programmable design tool solution intended for initial technology evaluation, students and other programmable logic users who require low- to medium-scale integration.
New reference design utilizes low power FPGA for 802.11b/g wireless IP phone
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2/11/2005   Post a comment
Handheld Wi-Fi phone reference design breaks through the 802.11b/g barrier and provides speedy time to market for wireless VoIP and VoWLAN products.
QuickLogic begins shipping lead-free embedded ICs
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2/9/2005   Post a comment
QuickLogic Corp. has announced it has begun shipping lead-free versions for most of its embedded chips, its including Eclipse II and QuickPCI II and QuickMIPS parts.
India's Wipro licenses MIPS for SoC design
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2/8/2005   Post a comment
Wipro Technologies, the software services arm of India's Wipro Ltd., said it has licensed MIPS Technologies' 32 and 64-bit processor synthesizable cores to support joint customers with end-to-end system-on-a-chip (SoC) design services.
ASSPs laufen ASICs langfristig den Rang ab
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
Kürzere Entwicklungszeiten und niedrigere Kosten bei Dienstleistungen rund um System-on-Chip-Integrationen gehören zu den Hauptvorteilen von strukturierten ASIC-Designs. Dennoch sieht das Marktforschungsunternehmen iSuppli Japan langfristig nicht ASICs, sondern ASSPs auf der Siegerstraße.
The Tail Bites Back... 30 Thousand Gate FPGA for $1.50!
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
With the ability to house virtually all the digital logic of an embedded system, these FPGAs may take a bite out of the discrete microcontroller market.
The Tail Bites Back... 30 Thousand Gate FPGA for $1.50!
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
With the ability to house virtually all the digital logic of an embedded system, these FPGAs may take a bite out of the discrete microcontroller market.
Mixed Signal FPGA for Under a Buck
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
Benefits of a mixed signal ASIC instantly, risk free, and no NRE.
FPGA Front End Streamlines Transition to ASIC
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
Low cost and low risk way to design with an FPGA, and, transition to an ASIC
Modular Programmable Clock Solution Simplifies Embedded Designs and Reduces EMI
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
Designers are paying a lot more attention to the quality and stability of clock signals. More demands on performance and lower emissions are driving new technological developments.


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