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5/25/2011 02:49 PM EDT
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ravi.tang
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re: New easicopy cell-based ASICs from eASIC
ravi.tang   6/27/2013 1:40:05 AM
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eASIC solution must be a sweet-spot solution for small and mid-sized companies that do not want to risk lot of $ for low volume products. I too would expect this technology to be more widely used going into 45nm and 28nm where the NRE is still relatively high.

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Max The Magnificent   5/25/2011 4:16:52 PM
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I honestly thought that the use of Structures ASICs would have exploded by now... It's taken longer than I thought, but I honestly think that the ever-increasing costs associated with developing a cell-based ASIC -- coupled with eASIC's FPGA-to-ASIC migration technology -- means that eASIC is poised for huge success... My fingers are crossed for them...

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