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imetruth
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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
imetruth   2/20/2014 5:57:46 PM
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Any news on this Huawei,Altera, IME project...so far no publications are coming out from this project and one wonder if IME has capabilities to develop such functional system???? Looks like a publicity stunt from IME with a nice set of slides and no real data???

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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
resistion   11/17/2012 4:39:15 PM
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So is the foundry doing the interposer as well as the FPGA? How did it get the DRAM maker to conform?

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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
rick merritt   11/16/2012 4:53:52 PM
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I'd love to hear about any similar projects at Cisco, Ericsson, etc. Operators are standing by ;-)

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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
benespop   11/16/2012 2:28:35 AM
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if Xilinx had it a year ago why not go with Xilinx. seems like Xilinx may have had some issues. is that why they went with Altera?

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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
chipmonk0   11/15/2012 4:55:37 PM
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This 2.5 D effort appears to have the same technical rationale as Xilinx's own from last year. Huawei seems to be getting the technology as a quid pro quo for continuing to buy FPGAs.

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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
GREATTerry   11/15/2012 10:43:48 AM
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Huawei is brave to try new technology. How about other telecom companies like CISCO?

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re: Huawei, Altera mix FPGA, memory in 2.5-D device
rick merritt   11/15/2012 1:00:42 AM
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I'd love to hear your experiences if you are kicking the tires on 2.5-D or 3-D ICs, too.



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