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April 23, 2013, 08:20:13 PM
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We are not ready to release that publicly yet.  We have a NDA in place with our main design partner and we are working on the details of an exclusive agreement for this product type.  Once this is done we will share more information about them.
 
We will tell you that they were recommended to us after we spoke with Altera directly.  They are also members of the Altera Design Services network and the Xilinx Alliance Program.  We researched some of the FPGA and ASIC products they have delivered to others in the past and they have good references.

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April 23, 2013, 08:37:18 PM
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We are not ready to release that publicly yet.  We have a NDA in place with our main design partner and we are working on the details of an exclusive agreement for this product type.  Once this is done we will share more information about them.
 
We will tell you that they were recommended to us after we spoke with Altera directly.  They are also members of the Altera Design Services network and the Xilinx Alliance Program.  We researched some of the FPGA and ASIC products they have delivered to others in the past and they have good references.

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Ok, just a curiosity anyway, if you end up needing one for Altera or Xilinx I can point you to a few companies we were in contact with over the past 6 months. A couple we vetted and they were legit and would be able to deliver a prototype in a reasonable time period as opposed to the usual 12-17 week window we found at most of them.

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April 23, 2013, 08:53:10 PM
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We may contact you directly via PM to talk about this.  We always want to hear and see another point of view.

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