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2|25|2015 HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Today's system-on-chip (SoC) devices are pretty incredible: they have great capacity and performance, along with improved cost, time, ...

2|24|2015 Events are moving quickly in programmable space. When Xilinx first started its move to the 20nm technology node, it announced a new architecture called ...

2|24|2015 PARIS — Xilinx has announced its 16nm UltraScale+ family of FPGAs, which the company describes as 3D-on-3D (multiple dies using vertical FinFETs 3D ...

2|23|2015 SAN FRANCISCO — Engineers need new interconnects and memory architectures to lower the cost and complexity of next-generation chips and systems, said the ...

2|17|2015 PARIS — If you’ve ever seen the U.S. TV series “Person of Interest,” during which an anonymous face in the Manhattan crowd, highlighted ...

2|17|2015 OAKLAND, Calif. - San Diego-based Ethertronics is leveraging experience developing embedded antennas to create a line of dedicated beamforming chips. The ...

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