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Xilinx CTO: Focus on what matters to customers

7/12/2012 06:11 PM EDT
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abraxalito
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abraxalito   7/18/2012 4:53:01 AM
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Interesting to come to this article after one where NVidia was reported putting distance between itself and TSMC. I'd say the future's brighter for Xilinx than for NVidia.

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_hm   7/15/2012 11:55:18 PM
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Fabless organization like Xilinx getting proactive approach and lead for 3D integration is wonderful trend. It looks more like team work from Xilinx and TSMC. Customer will benefit lot from it.

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nicolas.mokhoff   7/15/2012 11:27:26 PM
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Xilinx's CTO crystallizes the aims of two camps, the Moore'Law crowd that is performance bound and the More than Moore's camp which aims to add value to performance by designing functionality around the performance core. There are application areas for both camps to pursue.

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