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posted in February 2013
Altera's future high-performance FPGAs to use Intel’s 14nm tri-gate technology
Product News  
2/27/2013   5 comments
Intel has been ramping its foundry services for some time now with some smaller FPGA companies – now its nabbed a big FPGA "fish" in the form of Altera.
Intel to make 14-nm FPGAs for Altera
News & Analysis  
2/26/2013   39 comments
Intel will build FPGAs for Altera in its 14-nm FinFET process in a deal that turns up the heat on TSMC in foundry and Xilinx in high-end FPGAs.
Achronix is shipping 22nm Speedster22i FPGAs
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2/25/2013   Post a comment
Achronix Semiconductor Corporation has begun shipping their industry-leading Speedster22i HD1000 FPGAs to customers.
Full production of entire Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC family
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2/25/2013   Post a comment
The smartest solution with proven performance, lowest power and unmatched productivity.
Data compression IP reduces 3G/4G system costs
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2/22/2013   Post a comment
IDT’s patent-protected compression IP reduces system cost by enabling the use of low cost fiber to connect RRUs to baseband unit in wireless infrastructure.
Achronix sampling first Intel-built FPGAs
Design How-To  
2/20/2013   4 comments
Intel's first publicly announced foundry customer now sampling FPGAs made with Intel's 22-nm tri-gate technology.
Designing low-power video image stabilization IP for FPGAs
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2/19/2013   Post a comment
Image stabilization can enhance many practical viewing systems, spanning a broad range of applications in defense and security sectors.
Xilinx accelerates design productivity for high-vol apps
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2/14/2013   Post a comment
Artix-7 FPGA AC701 eval kit now available for designs requiring increased system performance, small form factor, and low power.
Alpha Data's Xilinx Virtex-7-based FPGA card for OpenVPX systems
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2/14/2013   Post a comment
Ideal for rugged embedded computing applications, Alpha Data’s ADM-VPX3-7V2 is designed to support the world’s largest FPGA (V2000T), PCIe Gen3, VITA57 FMC I/O, and more...
Toshiba offers startup's structured array ICs
Design How-To  
2/14/2013   2 comments
Japanese chip giant has announced it will be shipping a structured array customizable ASIC from April 2013 that has been licensed from startup BaySand Inc.
Reflex CES enters mainstream FPGA-based prototyping market
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2/12/2013   Post a comment
Reflex offers 25 to 125-million gates ASIC prototyping platform with partitioning software.
Silicon Valley Nation: Disrupting the fabric
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
What happens when ip cores become more valuable than the FPGA fabric they're stitched into?


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