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Achronix’s Speedcore speeds programmable chip performance by 10X

Achronix is announcing today that its Speedcore technology for programmable chips can improve performance by 10-fold, reduce power by 50 percent, and cut costs as much as 90 percent. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has designed field-programmable gate arrays, or semiconductor chips that can be programmed by a customer or designer after the chip is physically […]
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