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Toshiba offers startup's structured array ICs

2/14/2013 02:39 PM EST
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nkhan   2/15/2013 8:29:48 PM
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Baysand Claims that they can deliver Metal Programmable Gate Arrays at the same density, lower power and same cost as ASIC. In addition for logic changes their turn around time is 1-3 months and cost of initial design is way less than FPGA. I personally believe they would be better off as a FPGA replacement.

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krisi   2/15/2013 3:39:07 PM
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I was taught about gate arrays at university (that was veeeeeeeeeeery long time ago)...what is so different about these "structured array ICs"?

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