Tabula, Achronix, eASIC have one thing in common: They are all non-public companies so they don't have to share their actual revenue results with analysts.
In keeping with the theme of this article, if I slap a party affiliation on them:
Tabula (Green Party), Achronix (Peace & Freedom), eASIC(Reform)...
Do you ever see these guys getting a podium at the debates??
Dylan, I haven't run into Steve Tieg (from Tabula) lately but you ask an interesting question. Tabula was already sampling a product with a major networking vendor (we all know who that is!) almost a year ago. I haven't kept up with Achronix.
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