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Actel to showcase advanced solutions at IIC-China

Posted: 20 Feb 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Actel? FPGAs? FPGA? IGLOO family? IIC-China?

Actel Corp. will showcase its latest technology offerings at the 12th International IC-China Conference & Exhibition (IIC-China) in Shenzhen and Shanghai this March, turning the spotlight on its IGLOO family.

Actel claims the IGLOO family of FPGAs offers the 'lowest' power consumption in the industry, making it suitable for portable applications. It has a 5W static power and consumes four times less static power over other similar devices and more than five times battery life than the other PLDs in portable apps. The solution is priced for less than $1.50.

Actel will also showcase other devices at the technology conference. One example is its Fusion Programmable System Chip (PSC), a product nominated for EE Times-China ACE award for the logic and programmable logic section. The product is touted to be the first mixed-signal FPGA family that integrates analog, flash memory and FPGA fabric in a monolithic PSC, allowing designers to quickly design and deliver feature-rich applications, including power management, current and voltage monitoring, diagnostics and prognostics, clock generation and motor control.

Moreover, Actel will showcase its Fusion-based power module that complies with version 1.0 specification of Micro Telecom Communications Architecture MicroTCA and the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) version 2.0.

The company will also demonstrate an expanded design infrastructure for the single-chip ARM7-based M7AFS Fusion device, which includes the CoreAI (analog interface) IP core and optimized versions of CoreConsole IP deployment platform and Libero IDE.




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