San Jose, Calif., June 26, 2007—Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) today announced the opening of the EDA/SOPC Joint Laboratory at National Taiwan University. As part of Altera’s worldwide University Program, the joint laboratory is equipped with FPGA development boards, Quartus® II design software, Nios® II embedded processors and Altera® MegaCore® intellectual property. The laboratory provides the best hands-on educational experience for professors, instructors, and students, enabling engineering students to build their expertise in FPGA design methodology and enhance their opportunity for success in the increasingly competitive global electronics marketplace.
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