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EnSilica declares 'open season' on 8051 MCU

7/29/2010 12:54 PM EDT
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re: EnSilica declares 'open season' on 8051 MCU
Sanjib.A   7/30/2010 4:23:37 AM
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Also it will be good to learn from the experience of anyone who might have already used any of the soft controller cores from EnSilica. I would appreciate if any of the users shares his or her views on this product if he or she experienced using IP core from EnSilica in ASIC/FPGA design.

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re: EnSilica declares 'open season' on 8051 MCU
Sanjib.A   7/30/2010 4:11:26 AM
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The product looks interesting specially when the 16-bit controller core consumes only 8.5K gates! As I have a feeling after visiting EnSilica's website, that their customer base is mostly in Europe (especially in UK), I am interested to know if their service is available for the customers outside Europe as well.

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