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A next-gen FPGA-based SoC verification platform

11/1/2010 05:40 PM EDT
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hmao
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hmao   11/30/2010 7:03:51 AM
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It is possible to connect ProtoLink to ChipIt. If you need more information, please send an email to howard_mao@springsoft.com so I can reply to you directly.

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john.hoekstra   11/24/2010 6:53:57 PM
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IRIS Technologies Inc, based in Sunnyvale,CA has this type a ASIC verification platform today. www.iris-da.com

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Max The Magnificent   11/10/2010 4:01:05 PM
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Hi there -- in fact this article didn't mention anything called ProtoLink -- just that the author -- Howard -- happens to be in charge of SpringSoft's ProtoLink product line. But I will ask them to comment on your query -- cheers -- Max

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ravi.tang   11/10/2010 3:06:23 AM
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There is not much information on ProtoLink online. Where can someone get more details on this product line? Is there some solution to connect ProtoLink to ChipIt?

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Max The Magnificent   11/1/2010 6:06:42 PM
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I’ve seen a lot of stuff pass across my eyes recently with regard to FPGA-based SoC verification solutions, but I have to admit that this concept from SpringSoft really is rather exciting… what a good idea!

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