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krisi
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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
krisi   2/21/2012 7:48:44 PM
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Altera has been working TSMC since 1993 http://www.altera.com/corporate/about_us/foundry/abt-tsmc-partnership.html UMC used UMC for a while but recently switched to Samsung and TSMC http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4087890/Xilinx-confirms-Samsung-TSMC-in-UMC-out-at-28-nm

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
Kinnar   2/21/2012 6:29:12 PM
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It is good that Tabula is dealing with both the Giant Foundries TSMC and Intel this way it will be able to have access to the latest manufacturing technology and the advantage of the experienced manufacturers. Altera and Xilinx will have to notice the presence of this small company coming up. By the way any clue about the manufacturing foundry of Altera and Xilinx products?

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
KB3001   2/21/2012 4:37:15 PM
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I am not sure they want to deal with bigger players to be honest, especially in areas where their own processors compete.

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
KB3001   2/21/2012 4:35:51 PM
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I think dynamic reconfiguration sits at the heart of Tabula do.

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
mcgrathdylan   2/21/2012 4:03:02 PM
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Tabula has 40-nm 3PLDs available. Are they configurable "on the fly?" I'm not sure about that.

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
mcgrathdylan   2/21/2012 4:01:12 PM
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I don't know if that is the only thing Intel is offering, foundry wise. It may be that that is the only segment at this point that is willing to pay Intel's premium. As far as its own ramp, Intel has enough employees that I don't think a couple small foundry customers will be a distraction. However, there is some speculation that Intel is having difficulty with the 22-nm ramp, hence the delays.

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
krisi   2/21/2012 2:40:16 PM
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Sounds like a great scoop for Tabula. Have they released their re-configurable on the fly FPGA products? Kris

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re: Intel confirmed as foundry for second FPGA startup
resistion   2/21/2012 8:58:34 AM
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As a foundry, Intel's offerings are high end FPGAs only at this point? Will Intel be able to support 22 nm foundry work as it ramps up its own products?

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