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2009-04-29 Startup Cswitch battles IC downturn
After making a big splash in 2006, configurable chip startup Cswitch Corp. is going through rough waters amid the IC downturn
2009-07-29 FPGA startups struggle to stay in the game
A vast majority of programmable logic startups have failed, whether succumbing to acquisition, retreating into other markets or simply closing up shop.
2009-05-05 FPGA startup survives IC crunch
Flush with cash after raising more than $86 million in venture capital over the past two years, shipping working products and with revenue and dozens of design wins already under its belt, FPGA startup Achronix Semiconductor Corp. has the technology and financial stability to weather the current downturn, according to founder, chairman and CEO John Lofton Holt.
2009-05-07 FPGA startup eyes handheld consumer market
SiliconBlue Technologies Corp., a startup backed by $40 million in venture capital funding, is aiming to buck the odds and thrive with low-cost FPGAs in a product market that has traditionally shunned them: battery-based handheld consumer products
2009-07-07 FGPA startup stops operations, seeks buyer
As had been rumored, CSwitch Corp. has ceased operations and is looking to be acquired, the startup's top executive has confirmed
2010-07-26 Another PL startup bites the dust
FPGA startup Tier Logic Inc. shut down operations last week. The company, founded in 2003, was developing a new processing technology to build FPGA and ASIC products on a single die.
2005-07-12 Xilinx prepares to boost FPGA activity in India
FPGA vendor Xilinx Inc. said it plans to boost its funding efforts and long-term research in Indian technical institutes to support increased use of FPGAs in India and to develop tools and methodologies for use about four years from now
2015-01-06 Wireless startup to unveil tech to boost spectral efficiency
The technology from MagnaCom promises wireless connections that use less scarce spectrum or deliver higher data rates using the same bands to enable digital broadcast standards such as DVB-C2 and DVB-T2.
2005-03-14 Why does STMicroelectronics license in FPGA blocks
It's not explicit in STMicroelectronics' press release but the company has incorporated a third-party's embedded FPGA block in its wireless infrastructure GreenField chip rather than use its own FPGA capability which has been under development for several years
2004-06-18 Startup rounds out BPON offerings with CO chip
BroadLight is rounding out its BPON product line with the release a controller chip for central office equipment.
2006-06-16 Startup rolls soft PHY core for Wi-Fi
The first commercial product from Silvus Communication Systems Inc. aims to give a leg up to developers of next-generation Wi-Fi chipsets and systems. The company has developed the VHDL software for a PHY chip that exceeds the requirements of the upcoming IEEE 802.11n standard.
2002-08-07 Startup puts Bluetooth transceiver into Game Boy
A small startup in the U.S. has tucked a Bluetooth RF transceiver and protocol-translation FPGA into a cartridge format compatible with the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Advance platforms.
2005-01-03 Startup promises clean RTL code
Stelar Tools claims that its first product will cut 30 percent off the time it takes to move a design from initial RTL code development to synthesis.
2006-05-16 Startup moves binaries into FPGAs
Binachip Inc. recently unveiled plans to offer tools that convert embedded-software binary code into FPGA hardware implementations
2003-09-03 Startup eyes hard/software pre-silicon validation
A 15-person design automation startup staffed with verification veterans aims to make pre-silicon validation tools practical for the masses
2004-05-20 Startup eyes enhanced Ethernet in the data center
Another startup working on enhanced Ethernet for the data center officially emerges from stealth mode as Ammasso launches its first product
2010-11-04 Startup emerges with debug tool
An EDA company called Veridae Systems Inc. has spun out of research done at the University of British Columbia promising to deliver breakthrough technology for post-silicon debug and validation.
2003-11-06 Startup crafts 58-Gflops computer
On the eve of the Supercomputing Conference 2003, to be held Nov. 15-21 in Phoenix, startup OctigaBay Systems Corp. will introduce a high-performance computer that melds off-the-shelf X86 processors with internally developed high-speed interconnect and reconfigurable-computing subsystems
2010-03-03 Startup breaks out with 3D PLDs
Tabula comes out of "stealth mode" with the introduction of a programmable logic architecture that uses time as a third dimension to deliver capability and affordability unmatched by traditional FPGAs and CPLDs.
2008-06-27 Startup bolsters video over Wi-Fi
Startup Celeno recently debuted at the Connections conference its first chip, a modified 802.11 baseband optimized for video, which it claims can deliver 34Mbits/s at the application layer more than 120ft and through multiple walls of a home at extremely low packet error rates
2013-12-19 Startup boasts advanced digital modulation tech
Magnacom will use an FPGA board to deliver 10dB signaling advantage compared to QAM4096, the most powerful version of the quadrature amplitude modulation scheme widely used in communications today
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage."
2005-12-28 Stacked SRAM cells support programmable startup
Viciciv has been assigned a patent that appears to cover the construction of an SRAM inverter pair stacked vertically or with the SRAM laid out in single plane stacked on top of logic transistors.
2011-02-09 PCB designers lay out FPGA challenges at DesignCon
By offering configurable pins, FPGAs pose a unique challenge to PCB designers, requiring them to optimize the FPGA design across multiple domains PCB, schematics and FPGA timing
2008-03-17 LM1771 and LM3880 based FPGA power supply reference design
This application note discusses the Virtex-5 FPGA power supply prerequisites in terms of the multiple voltage rail and current level requirements, output sequencing, and startup characteristics.
2011-05-05 Intel strikes foundry deal with PLD startup
Apparently testing the waters of the foundry business, Intel is reported to have forged a foundry alliance with startup Tabula Inc., allowing the latter to close $108 million in funding earlier this year
2002-06-26 Hybrid architecture embeds Xilinx FPGA core into IBM ASICs
Undeterred by earlier false starts for programmable ASICs, IBM Corp. and Xilinx Inc. are embarking on a plan to jointly create an architecture that melds an FPGA core with a standard-cell ASIC methodology starting at the 90nm process technology node
2011-08-22 How to reset an FPGA
Know the various reset options available for FPGAs, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.
2004-06-02 French startup tackles SoCs for WiMAX
A French startup will take on wireless industry heavyweights in pursuing a WiMAX-certified integrated baseband system-on-a-chip
2007-07-16 FPGA-based coprocessors ease ASIC emulation
Today, designers are using FPGA-based coprocessors to eliminate issues associated with conventional ASIC emulation and hence, deliver more accurate designs quickly and with less effort
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