Core Brings Reconfigurable Logic To ASICs And SoCs

Aug. 1, 2001
Available as a member of LSI LogicÕs CoreWare library of intellectual properties, the LiquidLogic core is based on an embedded programmable logic technology that can be integrated into application-specific ICs (ASICs) and system-on-a-chip (SoC)

Available as a member of LSI LogicÕs CoreWare library of intellectual properties, the LiquidLogic core is based on an embedded programmable logic technology that can be integrated into application-specific ICs (ASICs) and system-on-a-chip (SoC) devices.At the heart of the LiquidLogic core is Adaptive Silicon Inc.Õs programmable logic core (PLC) technology, with the core and associated design tools integrated into LSI LogicÕs FlexStream design system. The integration methodology includes a unique, two-stage timing closure flow that permits LiguidLogic to be configured throughout the entire design process, as well as when the final chip is installed in a system. For more details, contact Pete Gasperini at LSI LOGIC CORP., Milpitas, CA. (408) 433-8968.

Company: LSI LOGIC CORP.

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