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Product category: Intellectual Property Cores
News Release from: ARM
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 08 March 2005

Microprocessor goes soft for FPGA
implementation

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Actel Corp and ARM have collaborated to provide a 32bit ARM7 Thumb family microprocessor to Actel's broad FPGA customer base.

Representing the first time an ARM processor has been licensed to a programmable logic vendor for implementation as a "soft" IP core, Actel Corp and ARM have collaborated to provide a 32bit ARM7 Thumb family microprocessor to Actel's broad FPGA customer base With the establishment of this partnership, Actel will take the unique step of delivering to developers a soft ARM7 family implementation for use in several of Actel's FPGA families