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HP Hybrid nano CMOS chips

Mark Peters : 2007-01-16 13:33:00
HP Hybrid nano-CMOS chips : HP announced research that could lead to the creation of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) up to eight times denser - while using less energy for a given computation - than those currently being produced. Moreover, such Hybrid nano-CMOS chips could be built using the same sized transistors as those used in today’s FPGA design, meaning they could be built in current fabrication facilities with only minor modifications. FPGAs are integrated circuits with programmable logic components and interconnects that can be adapted by end-users for specific applications. They are used in a wide range of industries, including communications, automotive and consumer electronics.

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