Peter Clarke, EE Times(03/07/2008 11:42 AM EST)
LONDON — SiliconBlue Technologies Corp. (Sunnyvale Calif.) is offering a family of low-power FPGAs implemented on a 65-nm CMOS manufacturing process. The FPGAs, which carry their own non-volatile memory on-chip for holding configuration data, come in small ball grid array packages and are intended for use in mobile phones and other handheld devices.
The company was founded by Kapil Shankar, CEO, a 20-year veteran of the programmable logic industry, and Antti Kokkinen, a partner and cofounder of venture capital firm BlueRun Ventures (Menlo Park, Calif.).
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