Hardware product introduction, Microprocessor, VLSI Technology Inc. -- Product introduction, VLSI Technology ARM9TD (Microprocessor) -- Product introduction, Semiconductor industry -- Product introduction, and Microprocessors -- Product introduction
VLSI Technology Inc. is bringing out a line of new subsystem and system-level design tools that includes key processing cores and rapid-prototyping plug-ins, starting now and continuing until the Design [...]
Hardware product introduction, Electronic test device, Semiconductor industry, VLSI Technology Inc. -- Product introduction -- 00309176, VLSI Technology Velocity (Electronic test device) -- Product introduction, Testing equipment -- Product introduction, and Semiconductor industry -- Product introduction
SAN JOSE, CALIF.--VLSI Technology is unveiling today its Velocity Rapid Silicon Prototyping system (shown at right), an innovative combination of hardware and software to speed time-to-market for its customers designing [...]
Electronic News (1991). June 10, 1996, Vol. 42 Issue 2120, p48, 1 p.
Programmable logic array, Hardware product introduction, Actel Corp. -- Product introduction -- 00227218, Technical Data Freeway Inc. -- Contracts -- 00359248, Actel A32200DX (Programmable logic array) -- Product introduction, Integrated circuits -- Product introduction, and Semiconductor industry -- Product introduction
Actel announces the A32200DX FPGA at the same time it reveals it has an intellectual property agreement with Technical Data Freeway (TDF). The agreement lets FPGA developers select from 90 different TDF cores for use in Actel devices. The accord allows OEMs to merge predefined functions optimized for high-performance applications with customized logic. For TDF, the deal allows the company's designs to gain entry into the low volume and prototyping markets. Actel A32200DX is a 20,000-gate device, and the company claims it is the first antifuse FPGA to have dual-port, on-chip SRAM. Although the SRAM does not make it possible to reprogram the A32200DX, the on-chip SRAM will be employed for high-speed RAM functions. The FPGA operates at 100MHz, allowing data to travel rapidly through out the entire system, not just the core. The A32200DX ships in Jun 1996 and costs $225 in sets of 5,000.
Siemens introduces the SABC509, SABC511, SABC511A, SABC513, SABC513A, and SABC513AH microcontrollers offering an Intel 8051-compatible architecture that incorporates Motorola's Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus. The 8-bit microcontrollers are based on Siemens C501 architecture, which is compatible with the Intel 8051, and lower-cost versions have an integrated SPI to allow them to serve as substitutes for Motorola's 68HC05. The SABC511, SABC511A, SABC513, and SABC513A are intended for applications with low memory and power requirements, such as telephones; they offer clock rates ranging from 0.5MHz to 12MHz. The SABC513AH adds 12KB of EEPROM for prototyping or code development. The SABC509 extends the performance of the 8051 architecture to meet the needs of high-end automotive engine control and industrial applications; it costs $12.60 in quantities of 10,000. The other five devices cost from $2.37 to $24 in 1,000-unit quantities.