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5/24/2012 02:41 PM EDT
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re: IP being made more accessible
DrFPGA   5/26/2012 9:30:56 PM
This is a necessary addition to the overall IP-based development flow. If you don't save time when purchasing IP because you need to do a lot of your own testing it is a big additional cost. When IP is 'fire and forget' the industry will really be a bigger value to the designer.

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