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News Release from: Elixent
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 6 January 2004

System demonstrates reconfigurable advantages

Elixent has combined with Italy-based Accent to successfully develop a demonstration system for D-Fabrix, its reconfigurable algorithm processing technology.

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Elixent has combined with Italy-based Accent to successfully develop a demonstration system for D-Fabrix, its reconfigurable algorithm processing (RAP) technology. Accent is one of the world's leading IC design houses, ranked sixth in Europe by market research from Future Horizons. Using D-Fabrix, the company can now develop SoC devices for its customers.

Working in partnership, Accent designed a complex and expandable demonstration system for D-Fabrix based on Elixent's initial requirements.

The system, which was delivered to time and budget, shows live video being processed on a reconfigurable platform.

It enables Elixent to highlight the performance, flexibility and power consumption advantages of its RAP technology to electronic product manufacturers.

"Thanks to Accent, we can effectively show multimedia applications and demonstrate the value of our industry-leading technology to our customers", said Kenn Lamb, CEO of Elixent.

"Accent understood our objectives and delivered fully tested boards in a timely manner.

They have made a valuable contribution to our success".

Massimo Vanzi, General Manager at Accent, commented: "Working with Elixent has enabled us to prove our design services and expertise on a new platform technology in a growing segment of the semiconductor industry.

We are pleased to be partners with the leader in the reconfigurable market".

D-Fabrix is the lowest power reprogrammable solution for implementing algorithm processing in SoC devices.

It uses reconfigurable arrays that enable functionality to be added or changed post-fabrication, enabling bugs to be fixed or even the whole chip to be customised.

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