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2008-05-13 MPEG-2 encoder IP core rolls for apps with MathStar FPOAs
MathStar has announced the release of its second-generation MPEG-2 encoder IP core for applications using the company's FPOA chips.
2007-03-02 Mentor, MathStar to develop FPOA design tools
Programmable logic vendor MathStar Inc. has teamed with EDA vendor Mentor Graphics Corp. to develop design tools for the MathStar's field programmable object array (FPOA) devices.
2002-03-27 MathStar transceiver provides interconnection extensions
The MS2430 from MathStar Inc. is claimed to be the first XAUI-to-XAUI transceiver which provides interconnection extensions, eliminating the need for two XGXS blocks used in XENPAK modules and backplanes.
2004-05-17 MathStar FPOA offers programmability, low-cost
MathStar has released its new Field Programmable Object Array that offers deterministic clock (up to 1GHz) and low recurring costs.
2002-04-11 MathStar expands Gemini line with TIA, VCSEL driver
Targeted for 40Gbps SFF and SFP parallel modules, the MS1435 transimpedance amplifier and MS1436 VCSEL driver operate at 3.36Gbps with a 3.3V supply, and are suitable for VSR links, optical backplanes, and box-to-box and chassis-to-chassis applications.
2006-05-08 MathStar announces latest FPOA design tool
MathStar Inc. announced Version 2.0 of the FPOA Design Tools and projected shipment dates for its Field Programmable Object Array device.
2006-07-11 JPEG 2000 encoder touts speed
Firmware that is claimed to turn the MathStar FPOA into the fastest available JPEG 2000 encoder gives designers a high-performance solution for medical imaging, machine vision, professional video, military and aerospace systems, and high-performance digital imaging.
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.
2006-08-16 Arrays narrow platform ASIC, FPGA gap
Narrowing the performance and density gap between FPGAs and structured or platform ASICs, a novel configurable array architecture unveiled by startup CSwitch Corp. promises to deliver levels of flexibility not previously available in programmable products.
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.
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.
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