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Dzunior
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re: Are there any FPGA tool developers out there?
Dzunior   2/10/2011 12:15:08 PM
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Hmm, I thought that less than 1000$ for a software product is not that expensive compared to other suites - or am I missing something..

Kailas Senan
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Kailas Senan   2/10/2011 9:29:13 AM
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We don't need to experiment with AD 10 for FPGA designs. Bit expensive for full product suite !!

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Dzunior   2/8/2011 3:09:29 PM
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One thing - AD 10 hasn't happened yet:) January 31st 2011 was a planned release date - we (customers/subscribers) are sill waiting for it.

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BrianBailey   2/7/2011 10:15:52 PM
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Max, undisclosed amounts means that they were small amounts and probably did not even return the investors their money back. It usually means that they could not find additional investment money, or another term often used is fire-sale.

Max The Magnificent
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re: Are there any FPGA tool developers out there?
Max The Magnificent   2/7/2011 10:09:15 PM
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Hi Brian – you say: “In both cases this was for ‘undisclosed amounts,’ and we all know what that means.” I don’t … what does it mean? :-)

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