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9/28/2004   Post a comment
Software allows FPGA users to compile C to Altera's highest-performance programmable platforms
First Kid on the Block, or Last One to Give in
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Proven 90nm process results in excellent yields and volume production of world's lowest cost FPGA family
A homogenous programming and design language permits a new type of partitioning
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9/28/2004   Post a comment
HDL's do a good job of capturing logic functionality in a generic and synthesizable way. In a similar fashion, high level languages do a good job of capturing software personality in a standard yet flexible way.
Specifically Generic Analog Functions for FPAAs
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9/28/2004   Post a comment
Anadigm Expands Drag-and-Drop Programmable Analog Building Block Options with New Configurable Analog Modules
Black Box Exposed
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Logic Navigator Trace and Debug Solutions and Debug Tools Now Optimized for Actel's FPGAs
M2000 seeks to merge FPGAs, ASICs
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9/27/2004   Post a comment
More than a few chip companies have tried their hand at embedding blocks of FPGA logic into otherwise-hardwired ASIC devices. Startup M2000 says it wants to be the first to make a business out of it.
Cypress to expand design center in India
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9/23/2004   Post a comment
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced Thursday (Sept. 23) a $2 million plan to expand its year-old semiconductor design center in Hyderabad, India.
Xilinx tool suite targets system-level design
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9/22/2004   Post a comment
Integrated tool suite abstracts, automates, and accelerates architectural implementation without restricting designer innovation.
Xilinx forecast adds to inventory worries
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9/15/2004   Post a comment
Xilinx Inc. (San Jose) said Tuesday (Sept. 14) it expects revenue for the first fiscal 2005 quarter ending September to be down 5 to 7 percent sequentially, compared to the original guidance of 2 to 4 percent higher revenue.
Xilinx lowers guidance as inventories build
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9/14/2004   Post a comment
Xilinx Inc. (San Jose) said Tuesday (Sept. 14) it expects revenue for the first fiscal 2005 quarter ending September to be down 5 to 7 percent sequentially, compared to the original guidance of 2 to 4 percent higher revenue.
Lattice and Fujitsu Working Hard to Provide Real Advantages
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9/13/2004   Post a comment
Agreement to Extend Technology Development Partnership to 65nm Also Announced
EFAB(r) technology now enables cost-efficient 3-D microdevices a millimeters tall
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Fabrication technology overcomes 2-D geometric limitations of SoC, MCM, and SIP designs
Proof that Field Programmable Analog IC Won't Steer You Wrong
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Teleflex Canada Uses Anadigm's Analog FPGA's in Watercraft Steering Modules
Bolt on Memory Support for Xilinx Spartan-3 FPGA Family
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Bolt on memory Lets FPGA Applications Stream to New Heights
Actel Embraces Mentor RTL Synthesis Tool for ProASIC Plus Devices
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RTL Synthesis Tool From Mentor Graphics Delivers Excellent QoR for Designs Using Actel's ProASIC Plus Devices
Altera's Stratix GX FPGAs Prove Themselves
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Mindspeed Completes Backplane Interoperability Testing with Altera's Stratix GX FPGAs; Two Companies to Provide 'Off-the-Shelf Plug and Play' Backplane Solutions
More Praises for Mentor's FPGA and PCB Design Suite
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9/13/2004   Post a comment
Altium gets behind Mentor in its effort to tackle FPGA to PCB design issues.
C to FPGA Research Underway
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C to FPGA tools support hardware/software co-design for FPGA-based platforms
IP Core for PCI Express First to Pass PCI-SIG Compliance Tests
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Tested, Integrated IP Reduces Risk, Shortens Time to Market for PCI Express Designers
Global Partnership Creates Advanced SoC Design Environments
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Fujitsu Ties Global Partnership with Cadence to Create Advanced SoC Design Environments
Neue Xilinx-FPGAs leisten mehr und sind sparsamer
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9/13/2004   Post a comment
Mit einer neuen FPGA-Familie will Xilinx die Grenzen für den wirtschaftlichen Einsatz programmierbarer Logik weiter hinausschieben. Die Produktfamilie Virtex-4 soll der Performance und Kosteneffizienz derartiger Lösungen einen deutlichen Schub verleihen. Erstmals setzt der Hersteller dabei auf eine Differenzierung nach Anwendungsschwerpunkten.
EDA industry to raise funds for cancer research
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9/8/2004   Post a comment
The players in the EDA industry are throwing a fundraiser here Wednesday, September 15 to speed up research for a very underfunded form of bone cancer called multiple myeloma.
Xilinx, Sandia join forces on software tool
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9/8/2004   Post a comment
Xilinx Inc. has teamed with Sandia National Laboratory to develop a software tool for programmable devices.
Multitasking kernel for Altera's Nios II
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9/7/2004   Post a comment
eSOL kernel integrates as a plug-n to Altera's development tools
Xilinx spins DSP division, weighs foundry options
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9/7/2004   Post a comment
Top programmable-logic vendor Xilinx Inc. is wooing some high-level technical talent from other chip companies and mulling its manufacturing options as it starts rolling out 90-nanometer-based FPGAs in volume.
Altera wird Umsatzziel verpassen
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9/6/2004   Post a comment
Der FPGA-Hersteller Altera wird seine Umsatzziele im dritten Quartal nicht erreichen. Das teilte das Unternehmen am vergangenen Donnerstag mit.
Altera pre-announces shortfall for Q3
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9/2/2004   Post a comment
FPGA vendor Altera Corp. issued a warning on its corporate website Thursday (Sept. 2) that Q3 revenue will be equal to Q2 revenue of $269 million.


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