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Eyetalian Stallion
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re: Tabula's 22nm 2GHz ABAX2 3PLDs set 100G industry benchmarks
Eyetalian Stallion   3/28/2013 7:00:38 PM
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To say this article is awful is far too kind. It's as empty as the vacuum of space.

ologic
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re: Tabula's 22nm 2GHz ABAX2 3PLDs set 100G industry benchmarks
ologic   3/28/2013 7:58:53 PM
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I remember Tabula announcements before. As an IP provider I contacted them to offer to port and test some of our IPs on their technology. Never bothered to reply, leaving a very bad feeling.

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re: Tabula's 22nm 2GHz ABAX2 3PLDs set 100G industry benchmarks
Lars Bauer   4/4/2013 12:34:19 PM
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They have a previous version of their chip (not manufactured at Intel) that was reported about and that was said to be available Long time ago. At that time I found the prototyping board on their Homepage and tried to purchase it. I couldn't find it anywhere and mailed them where/how to purchase. No reply. I asked again a week later and another week later and so on. I never got a reply from them. Is this product more than just a set of nice slides?

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re: Tabula's 22nm 2GHz ABAX2 3PLDs set 100G industry benchmarks
Alxx123   4/4/2013 11:20:11 PM
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Would be nice if you didn't have to register to get data sheets

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re: Tabula's 22nm 2GHz ABAX2 3PLDs set 100G industry benchmarks
shawn.toomath   5/20/2013 8:26:16 AM
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Yeah! Achronix was @ 2gigahertz @ 90nm ages ago. Said "Waiting for Xmas" Many Xmas's passed still waiting... Then they fell in love. Then Tabula was born singing similar messianic Xmas cheers. Then they fell in love. They fell in love with the biggest Pimp on the Block. As these young emergent comps strut their stuff they lure unsuspecting johns to their private rooms with a hollow promise @ for the price of a cheep thrill. The Big Pimp was not satisfied with his new young slaves. BP wanted a girl with more experience. So with promises of more love BP set his site on a much older woman Altera. Altera's was so jealous of Xilinx status made her an easy target. The cacophony of caroling gospel seasonal cheer of promise, caught the ear of Microsemi. promise promise cheap cheap soon soon. As the orgy of love preceded BP's lust only grew :) To be Continued Next time? Will Xilinx fall under BP love spell? Will LatticeSemi be able to resist be naughty? Will BP stop with the Xmas music?



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