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NSA-approved, defense-grade cryptographic Spartan-6Q FPGAs now in production

8/31/2011 04:00 PM EDT
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Max The Magnificent
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re: NSA-approved, defense-grade cryptographic Spartan-6Q FPGAs now in production
Max The Magnificent   8/31/2011 4:20:32 PM
I hate the fact that we need this type of security -- I wish we lived in a world without hackers (or bullies or thieves etc.) But since we do live in such a world, it's good to hear that progress is being made with regard to creating secure solutions...

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