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krisi
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re: Silicon Valley Nation: Xilinx, Altera all grow'd up?
krisi   10/3/2012 2:35:54 PM
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Interesting take Brian...perhaps FPGA industry is getting mature...unless Tabula can make inroads against the established positions of Xilinx and ALtera...Kris

ReneCardenas
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re: Silicon Valley Nation: Xilinx, Altera all grow'd up?
ReneCardenas   10/5/2012 3:04:43 PM
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But doesn't the sheer size and time required to establish a good tool ecosystem prevent others to join in the viable system solutions. I wish other well, but see their chances very grim to raise to the level require to present any challenge.

krisi
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re: Silicon Valley Nation: Xilinx, Altera all grow'd up?
krisi   10/5/2012 3:14:05 PM
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that is very true @reneCardenas...which is probably why we have Xilinx-Altera duo-poly...Atmel has a small niche and others like Tabula are trying but chances are small that they will join the big 2 because of teh sheer size of the investment required



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