Tech news tagged ‘xilinx’

Altera To Use Intel’s 14nm Process

Altera has joined Tabula and Achronix as an FPGA foundry customer of Intel. According to Altera, Intel has agreed that Altera will be the only ‘major’ FPGA customer of Intel which appears to rule out Lattice and Xilinx becoming Intel foundry customers…

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28nm is fabulous for Xilinx, says Gavrielov

28nm is turning out to be a great node for Xilinx. ”It is absolutely fabulous for us,” Xilinx CEO Moshe Gavrielov tells me, “it’s the node which is getting us the fastest number of design wins and transferring to revenue quicker than any other node. We’re shipping $10m…

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28nm Continues To Perplex

The 28nm issue continues to perplex. Mike Bryant was the first to point out, back at January’s IEF2012, that customers for 28nm at TSMC were having issues…

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Qualcomm Scrabbling For 28nm Fab

“Don’t upset TSMC” was Mike Bryant’s message at IEF2012 in January – the point being that there aren’t that many alternatives…

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AMD To Fab Again?

There is talk that Intel is deliberately delaying introducing its 22nm process because AMD cannot get enough 28nm processors from its foundry partners…

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Another Nail In The ASIC Coffin

Another nail in the coffin of ASICs?  Xilinx’s 20m ASIC gate stacked silicon FPGA will accelerate the process of replacing ASICs, says the company’s CEO Moshe Gavrielov…

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Fabless sector underperforms

Whisper it not in Gath nor tell it on the streets of Askelon – but the chickens may be coming home to roost for fab-lite with the fabless sector growing less than the overall semiconductor industry for the first time in the industry’s history…

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Helluva Year For Programmables

The programmable logic market first hit $3 billion in 2000, and it didn’t make $4 billion until 2010, according to Ed Lepkowski of L-Mar Associates…

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Top Ten Fabless Companies

Thanks to Future Horizons for this list of the top ten fabless companies. Last year they collectively had $27 billion of revenues…

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FPGA – The Editors’ Nightmare

 Will the FPGA market find growth again? As Moshe Gavrielov, CEO of Xilinx, puts it: “We are perceived to be stuck in a $3.6 billion niche.” Is there a way out of the niche for the programmable logic companies…

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