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nicolas.mokhoff
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re: NEC finally releases CyberWorkBench for sale
nicolas.mokhoff   8/29/2011 3:05:00 PM
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daleste: that was not my intention, but thanks for your kind remark.

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daleste   8/28/2011 6:47:50 PM
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The incorrect spelling is a good idea to get more interest. I read it because of that.

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re: NEC finally releases CyberWorkBench for sale
nicolas.mokhoff   8/28/2011 6:44:26 PM
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Himanshu_Gupta: thanks for pointing that out. It's fixed.

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wilber_xbox   8/28/2011 5:18:53 PM
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Sorry to be picky Nic, but the "desings" in headline is misspelt.

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Etmax   8/26/2011 7:12:29 AM
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C for FPGA design?? That means programmers will want to design FPGA's. That'll be fun, most don't understand the concept parallel execution :-) May seem harsh, but they do tend to work in a different head space, I'm only highlighting fundamental differences, so my apologies go out to those programmers that are HW designers at heart :-)

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re: NEC finally releases CyberWorkBench for sale
nicolas.mokhoff   8/26/2011 2:48:12 AM
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asimecs: NEC has come back and said that price starts at $25,000 and grades upwards depending on configuration options and the number of license seats.

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elctrnx_lyf   8/25/2011 6:46:39 PM
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Is it a going to set a new trend in the chip design. I wonder why NEC want to release this to the commercial market.

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asimecs   8/25/2011 5:39:24 PM
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Very cool. Looking forward to see pricing info.



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