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Actel IP core, FPGAs support Motorola communication sector

Posted: 27 Oct 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:actel? directcore? ip? proasic? fpga?

Actel Corp. has licensed its DirectCore IP for use in its ProASIC plus field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to Motorola Inc.'s broadband communications sector.

Actel's secure IP encryption cores, the Core3DES and CoreAES128, support high data rates of video-on-demand (VOD) applications, and help reduce design costs and time-to-market. Actel's ProASIC Plus FPGAs are single-chip, live-at-power-up solutions that deliver the high security and low power consumption needed for cable head-end equipment and other broadband applications.

Yankin Tanurhan, senior director, IP solutions and applications at Actel, said, "As new content and services are finding their way into the home via existing coaxial cable, video and data security is a critical issue facing the telecommunications industry. For years, system designers have leveraged the benefits of our IP encryption cores and highly reliable, single-chip FPGAs to secure their systems from potential hackers."

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