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Altera Announces 20nm FPGA/SoC Tools

12/2/2013 03:00 PM EST
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Max The Magnificent
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Re: release date
Max The Magnificent   12/5/2013 5:06:58 PM
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@zewde: ...interesting though that they would announce the release of the products scheduled for next year and then make the tools available at this point...

The idea is tha tyou can start creating your designs (which can take a lot of planning and design and verification for these humongous designs) without having to wait for the silicon to become available.

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zewde yeraswork   12/3/2013 4:10:24 PM
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this is a major release. interesting though that they would announce the release of the products scheduled for next year and then make the tools available at this point in 2013. makes for a gripping waiting period.

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It's good to share...
Max The Magnificent   12/3/2013 3:39:43 PM
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As soon as anyone gets to play with these tools, please post a comment here sharing your experiences...

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