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2008-09-25 Programming antifuse devices
This document provides an overview of the various programming options available for the Actel antifuse families
2012-11-05 Address power, security issues with antifuse tech
Learn how to resolve the new constraints of battery-powered system-on-chip design.
2002-07-04 Actel to base high-speed FPGAs on antifuse technology
Actel Corp. is trying to blur the lines between ASIC and FPGA speed as it rolls out its latest programmable-logic platform, which will serve as the basis for the company's performance-driven devices going forward.
2012-12-20 Vertical crosspoint memory for Internet of Things
Here's a look at antifuse NVM and the recent advances that make it a good solution for IoT MCUs
2013-06-25 Utilising non-volatile memory IP in SoC designs
Integrating anti-fuse NVM on chip for program storage results to increased margin as well as independence from vagaries of supply chain and component availability.
2015-06-15 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: Configuration
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we are going to look into configuration techniques and technologies.
2002-04-19 Actel ships 72,000-gate FPGA
Actel Corp. has shipped its 72,000-gate RT54SX72S antifuse FPGA designed for use in radiation-intensive applications including low-Earth orbiting satellites and deep space probes
2006-01-27 Actel FPGAs power BP Microsystems' programming solutions
BP Microsystems has selected Actel's single-chip, antifuse-based Axcelerator FPGA as the core controller for its range of programming solutions
2002-07-09 Actel FPGA family delivers >500MHz operation
Actel Corp. has launched its Axcelerator family of FPGAs that range from 125,000 to 2 million system gates, delivering >500MHz operation and up to 100 percent resource utilization.
2004-11-10 Actel unveils FPGA starter kit
Actel announced a flexible, low-cost starter kit for its antifuse-based, high-performance Axcelerator field-programmable gate array devices
2007-03-01 Using OTP memory for IC antipiracy
Using nonvolatile OTP memory to implement antipiracy solutions on ICs is an effective, simple and low-cost approach that uses a random number generator to create a unique identification number from a large pool.
2015-05-07 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: The hardware
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we'll consider the hardware aspects of the FPGA universe.
2002-08-02 Synplicity provides software for Actel FPGAs
Synplicity Inc. has announced that its Synplify Pro FPGA synthesis software now supports Actel Corp.'s Axcelerator FPGA family.
2011-02-03 PCM progress report no. 1: Temperatures rise and constituents on the move
Here's a look at the overall picture of phase change memory progress.
2004-11-19 New IP core simplifies overall system design
Actel announced a new IP core optimized for its FPGAs that provides a high-performance, synchronous interface to double data rate SDRAM memories.
2005-08-08 Introduction to Programmable Systems-on-a-Chip
There are a variety of programmable SoCs complete with underlying architectures and technologies. Tradeoffs exist between different programmable SoC devices.
2008-07-01 Hardware secures standards
With global competition growing in ferocity, standards of conduct getting looser, and the manufacturing supply chain operating in countries with weak intellectual-property protection, what's the best way to safeguard the security keys integral to standards-based security schemes for everything from HDTV to iPods?
2014-04-22 FPGAs must shape up to accelerate growth
The rocketing ASIC mask-set and NRE costs have not yielded a surge of FPGA designs, but have rather driven engineers to resort to older technology nodes to mitigate the cost issues. Considering this and the standing Moore's Law concern, the FPGA outlook does not appear so bright.
2004-08-16 FPGAs adapt to suit low-power demands
FPGAs can be designed to draw power from an external source rather than an internal charge pump, minimizing current draw.
2006-08-25 FPGA programmer delivers high data throughput
Actel has introduced Silicon Sculptor 3, an FPGA programming tool that promises high data throughput and ease of use while reducing overall ownership cost.
2007-07-16 Fight IC piracy with OTP memory
Anti-piracy solutions have become increasingly critical in the IC industry. Effective, simple and low cost, the one-time-programmable (OTP) memory approach uses a random number generator to create a unique identification number from a large pool.
2008-11-05 Building ultra-reliable automotive systemsPart 2
With increasing frequency, automotive manufacturers regularly inquire about using FPGAs in high-reliability systems. In this continuation posting, I will highlight solutions that mitigate potential SRAM corruption issues.
2005-01-28 Actel unveils IDE for new FPGAs
Actel has presented the Libero 6.1 Integrated Design Environment that provides complete support for its new flash-based ProASIC3 and ProASIC3E devices.
2008-08-26 Actel steps up to battle PLD giants
Seeking to elbow its way into the spotlight and re-energize its bottom line, Actel Corp. recently acquired Pigeon Point Systems Inc.a move that propels the FPGA house into the TCA components sector.
2003-07-16 Actel rolls line of radiation-hardened FPGAs
Actel Corp. made good on its promise to deliver a new breed of radiation-hardened FPGAs that exceed the reliability requirements of today's satellite systems.
2013-03-14 10GbE controller more flexible with on-chip memory
Tehuti Networks is accelerating its transition towards ten gigabit Ethernet through its TN4010 controller, targeted at network interface card and LAN on motherboard customers.
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