EDA News – 2006.12.27

  • QuickLogic Introduces Power Comparison Resource Package
    QuickLogic Corporation (NASDAQ:QUIK), the lowest power programmable logic leader, announced its “Power Comparison Resource Package” that includes a low power programmable logic video, power comparison demo platform, a white paper created by a third-party consultant and a micro website. The purpose of this package is to help designers compare FPGAs and CPLDs between the leading vendors in order to make the best decisions based on design power constraints and requirements.
  • OneSpin Solutions Opens New Office in Sunnyvale
    Responding to rapidly increasing demand in the US for its formal verification solutions, OneSpin Solutions announced it has established a sales, marketing and field applications engineering office in Sunnyvale, California. The new office – opened December 1 – marks the next phase in the company’s worldwide expansion.
  • Samsung Develops First Gigabit Mobile DRAM
    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it has developed the industry’s first one gigabit (Gb) Mobile DRAM (dynamic random access memory) for mobile products, using 80nm process technology.
  • SofTec Introduces FlashRunner Standalone In-System Programmer
    SofTec Microsystems unveils a revolutionary, universal, standalone in-system programmer specifically designed for the production environment. FlashRunner is a high-performance, standalone in-system programmer specific for Flash-based microcontrollers and serial memories. FlashRunner is targeted at production environments and piggybacks to your programming system or Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) via header connectors, and can work either in full standalone mode or controlled by a host system.
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