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QuickLogic ramps up production using Tower 0.18?m tech

Posted: 11 Apr 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Tower Semiconductor Ltd and QuickLogic Corp. announced that newly updated performance data on the QuickLogic Eclipse II family of uWatt FPGA products clearly establishes a new industry benchmark in low power performance. Manufactured in a 0.18?m, six-layer metal CMOS process, the Eclipse II family features standby currents as low as 14 micro-Amps.

"Tower's advanced technology platform, supported by excellent customer service, combined to give our products a competitive edge for applications where every micro-Watt counts," said Tom Hart, QuickLogic's Chairman, President and CEO. "QuickLogic's uWatt FPGA and uWatt Programmable Bridging products are gaining significant traction in the portable application space. Additionally, the devices' support of the industrial temperature range makes them ideally suitable for rugged working environments, where active cooling systems or heat sinks are not feasible due to reliability or form factor requirements."

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