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Time for Structured ASIC?

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re: Time for Structured ASIC?
msydow   8/15/2007 9:39:48 PM
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Hi Gabe, It is always interesting to look into the reasons that Structured ASICs haven't already been successful. Perhaps Amnon Fisher at ChipX has the right approach, which seems to be a product offering that combines the ability for companies to create their own "Structured ASICs" as well as having some pre-existing Structured ASIC products. Regards, Michael

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