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Max The Magnificent
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Re: I read the whole article!
Max The Magnificent   8/28/2013 10:26:10 AM
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@Luis: ...I hope I can hear later this company grows steadily!

Check out the following column to discover the current state of play:

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1319192

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I read the whole article!
Luis Sanchez   8/27/2013 11:16:04 PM
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I don't know much about chip making but I read the whole article! 

Its very interesting and it really sounds motivating. 

I hope I can hear later this company grows steadily!

Max The Magnificent
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Re: JUST PURE GUTS AND GLORY!
Max The Magnificent   7/31/2013 5:03:12 PM
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@holahola: Can't really express how happy and grateful I am to read this story!!!

I know just what you mean -- I was blown away when I first heard about all of this.

Did you see my follow-up articles talking about how this chip is now being used in a $100 Supercomputer?

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JUST PURE GUTS AND GLORY!
holahola   7/31/2013 4:58:11 PM
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Can't really express how happy and grateful I am to read this story!!! This is the type of complex protoype in 2004 I tried to do myself but with no success due to lack of funds and patience. I applaud your persistence and your mission. With this experience, you will get back your the funds you used in the long run, because this experience is worth way more than the money you invested. Venture capitalists are usually not the way to go for the true breakthroughs... too much politics strangles innovation.

andres@xonelabs.net

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Phadreus   2/5/2013 4:23:44 PM
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The last time I remember something like this was working with a team of 10 genius for 1 year to come up with 1/4 complexity of this project. There also we started from 0..and everything was free..as it was an academic institution.... Salute guys.. you rekindled a hope that garage entrepreneur in vlsi too can be there...a hope that was squashed long time ago.

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
twocs   10/27/2012 1:43:12 AM
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I asked your wife and she says, "Yes!"

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Esaias.Pech   5/6/2011 6:05:00 PM
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This is very inspiring! No doubt his wife is really supportive. Best wishes to Adapteva!

Max The Magnificent
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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Max The Magnificent   12/13/2010 3:05:31 PM
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Actually, I prefer "Max The Magnificent" :-)

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
David Ashton   12/12/2010 9:42:25 PM
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Now we know why you prefer just "Max"..... ;-)

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
davidcemin   12/12/2010 9:07:34 PM
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Thats really motivating! His wife is really supportive! Great story!

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