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12/4/2012 04:59 PM EST
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re: PRO DESIGN, multi-Virtex-7 2000T FPGA-based prototyping system
Max The Magnificent   12/4/2012 5:13:43 PM
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This is an interesting one, because I was just writing about another Virtex-7 2000T 3D IC/FPGA-based prototyping system from Synopsys -- the HAPS 70 family ( http://bit.ly/11yhp3G ). The thing is that a few years' ago, Synopsys purchased the CHIPit business unit and technology from PRO Design. My brain hurts :-)

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