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Xilinx unveils vivado design suite for the next decade of 'All Programmable' devices

4/27/2012 02:30 PM EDT
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re: Xilinx unveils vivado design suite for the next decade of 'All Programmable' devices
DrFPGA   5/11/2012 7:00:43 PM
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When we can really define FPGAs in C++ watch for another jump in sales growth. The ASIC market has been pretty well captured- we now need to go after the MCU market and making a C++ flow available at MCU tool price points should do the trick. Need a really good library of easy to use peripherals too...

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