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11/9/2010 04:01 PM EST
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re: Low-power 6G CPRI v4.1 REC solution from eASIC and Radiocomp
Max The Magnificent   11/9/2010 4:12:17 PM
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Structured ASICs have largely been "waiting in the wings" for years now. But as we move to smaller and smaller technology nodes and it becomes increasingly difficult and expansive to develop regular ASICs, I think we're going to see Structured offerings like those from eASIC really start to come into their own... what say you?

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