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FPGA startup crunch: SiliconBlue looks to break new ground

5/4/2009 10:00 PM EDT
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DL Seth
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re: FPGA startup crunch: SiliconBlue looks to break new ground
DL Seth   5/6/2009 10:27:13 PM
Great article Dylan. Looking forward to the rest of the series. I'm a bit skeptical about a startup making it in consumer with the economy the way it is, but the netbook and smartphone markets do look like enduring bright spots.... The proof will be in the verified design wins.

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