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Even when performing segmented acquisitions, where there are gaps in the record between acquisitions, the PCI Buffered Acquisition mode supports higher total throughput than standard acquisition instruments, due to being able to acquire and transfer data simultaneously.

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Even when performing segmented acquisitions, where there are gaps in the record between acquisitions, the PCI Buffered Acquisition mode supports higher total throughput than standard acquisition instruments, due to being able to acquire and transfer data simultaneously.

Note: The above text is the public part of the press release obtained from the manufacturer (with minor modifications). EETimes Europe cannot be held responsible for the claims and statements made by the manufacturer. The text is intended as a supplement to the new product presentations in EETimes Europe magazine.

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The combination of Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs is said to deliver significant productivity advantages in both design performance and compilation speed, when compared with competing 65-nm FPGAs and their design software. Using the Altera performance benchmarking methodology Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs show a performance advantage averaging one speed grade, and up to three speed grades, when using the best-effort comparison method, and a compile time advantage averaging 55 percent, and up to 80 percent, when using the timing-constrained comparison method. Furthermore, Quartus II software requires approximately 50 percent less computer memory across both of these benchmark tests.

The U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) dismissed and denied the rumor, however. The answer to your question is no,” according to a spokesman for the SIA.

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Note: The above text is the public part of the press release obtained from the manufacturer (with minor modifications). EETimes Europe cannot be held responsible for the claims and statements made by the manufacturer. The text is intended as a supplement to the new product presentations in EETimes Europe magazine.

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The combination of Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs is said to deliver significant productivity advantages in both design performance and compilation speed, when compared with competing 65-nm FPGAs and their design software. Using the Altera performance benchmarking methodology Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs show a performance advantage averaging one speed grade, and up to three speed grades, when using the best-effort comparison method, and a compile time advantage averaging 55 percent, and up to 80 percent, when using the timing-constrained comparison method. Furthermore, Quartus II software requires approximately 50 percent less computer memory across both of these benchmark tests.

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The combination of Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs is said to deliver significant productivity advantages in both design performance and compilation speed, when compared with competing 65-nm FPGAs and their design software. Using the Altera performance benchmarking methodology Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs show a performance advantage averaging one speed grade, and up to three speed grades, when using the best-effort comparison method, and a compile time advantage averaging 55 percent, and up to 80 percent, when using the timing-constrained comparison method. Furthermore, Quartus II software requires approximately 50 percent less computer memory across both of these benchmark tests.

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The combination of Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs is said to deliver significant productivity advantages in both design performance and compilation speed, when compared with competing 65-nm FPGAs and their design software. Using the Altera performance benchmarking methodology Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs show a performance advantage averaging one speed grade, and up to three speed grades, when using the best-effort comparison method, and a compile time advantage averaging 55 percent, and up to 80 percent, when using the timing-constrained comparison method. Furthermore, Quartus II software requires approximately 50 percent less computer memory across both of these benchmark tests.

The combination of Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs is said to deliver significant productivity advantages in both design performance and compilation speed, when compared with competing 65-nm FPGAs and their design software. Using the Altera performance benchmarking methodology Quartus II software version 6.1 and Stratix III FPGAs show a performance advantage averaging one speed grade, and up to three speed grades, when using the best-effort comparison method, and a compile time advantage averaging 55 percent, and up to 80 percent, when using the timing-constrained comparison method. Furthermore, Quartus II software requires approximately 50 percent less computer memory across both of these benchmark tests.

The U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) dismissed and denied the rumor, however. The answer to your question is no,” according to a spokesman for the SIA.

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