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Bridging the gap between custom ASICs and ARM-based MCU designs

11/30/2010 06:35 PM EST
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elctrnx_lyf
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re: Bridging the gap between custom ASICs and ARM-based MCU designs
elctrnx_lyf   1/22/2011 7:46:05 AM
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Cypress psoc is good tool when it comes to buildong an hardwre application by using the blocks that are available in the psoc. But they haven't reched the level of supporting a very high number of programmble block due to many constraints. The reason why we need ASIC is because only with this you can design what you want and when you make products in huge quantities you should have something like this to bring down the cost.

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DrFPGA   12/28/2010 1:39:49 AM
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The PSoC environment is a great example for the FPGA guys to use. Wouldn't it be great if you could focus on code development and forget about the FPGA tools and flows?

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