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Gerard Rauwerda
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Gerard Rauwerda   9/5/2012 3:03:55 PM
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Recore develops and licenses reconfigurable DSP and NoC IP. Our multi-core designs can be implemented in rad.-hard processes resulting in a rad.-hard off-the-self muli-core DSP device.

Gerard Rauwerda
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Gerard Rauwerda   9/5/2012 3:01:04 PM
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Recore Systems prototyped the multi-core DSP architecture on an FPGA development board. The FPGA-based prototype is functional and can be used for (space application) benchmarking and verification activities. Our end goal is to implement similar multi-core DSP/NoC architectures in rad.-hard CMOS.

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KB3001   9/3/2012 2:33:14 PM
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I read an interesting article on will.i.am's entrepreneurial activities on the FT lately (http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/c6df6c06-f16c-11e1-a553-00144feabdc0.html#axzz25PvCcMp6) Technology companies especially in the United States are increasingly using celebrities and in novel interesting ways...

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re: London Calling: Recore and will.i.am
KB3001   9/3/2012 2:28:04 PM
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Or does Recore's offering stand a chance against rad-hardened off-the-shelf components?

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wilber_xbox   8/31/2012 12:24:18 PM
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WHAT???!!! I though something like will.i.am will rap at Recore in The Netherlands and got me excited.

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re: London Calling: Recore and will.i.am
Sanjib.A   8/30/2012 5:58:09 PM
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How will Recore's FPGA based MPPBs be priced with respect to the microprocessors/FPGAs having similar capabilities?

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