by K.C. Krishnadas, EE Times(10/26/2005 10:25 AM EDT)BANGALORE, India
— Innovation in the IC industry combined with increasing demand for high-performance electronic systems is driving demand for structured ASICs, according to a study by Frost and Sullivan.
"Structured ASICs are proving to be highly promising components for next-generation devices and combine the performance/cost advantage of standard-cell ASICs and the low-risk nature of FPGAs while dramatically simplifying the design process," said Sivakumar Muthuramalingam, research analyst at Frost and Sullivan (New York).
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