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Xilinx India R&D center develops programmable IP cores

Posted: 22 Mar 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:programmable silicon? ip core?

Xilinx Inc. announced that its India development center, operated by CMC in Hyderabad, has created 12 IP cores in its first year of operation. The IP cores developed in India are available for use by Xilinx's customer base of over 7,500 companies with several hundred thousand design engineers generating 50,000 design starts annually. In addition to being verified and optimized for Xilinx programmable silicon platforms, including advanced 90nm devices, they are suitable for telecommunications, consumer electronics and automotive applications.

As a fully operational R&D facility for Xilinx, the Indian development center has 30 staff covering the entire product development cycle including design, verification and testing. Through its strategic partnership with CMC, Xilinx estimates it has been able to set up the R&D center in half the time needed to build one on its own.

CMC's support has also enabled the Xilinx development work in India to ramp-up with the first three IP cores completed within the initial three months of the partnership. The Hyderabad-based facility is expected to grow to 300 employees within the next several years as it continues its R&D work to help Xilinx customers maximize the benefits of programmability in their product designs.

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