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The company formally known as Actel unveils 65nm embedded flash platform

11/8/2010 08:40 PM EST
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re: The company formally known as Actel unveils 65nm embedded flash platform
dutchmam   11/16/2010 7:39:16 AM
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I hope Microsemi will not screw up this product line too, by moving the wafer fab operation - without at least continuing the original wafer fab at it's current location.

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re: The company formally known as Actel unveils 65nm embedded flash platform
Max The Magnificent   11/8/2010 9:20:39 PM
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Even though I had a little fun with this article, the 65nm flash-based FPGA announcement itself is no laughing matter -- the devices at this new technology node are going to be attractive for a wide range of applications.

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