LSI unwraps `GigaBlaze' ASIC core

Brown, Peter
November 1996
Electronic News;11/11/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2142, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that LSI Logic will expand its CoreWare application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) library with the introduction of its serial interface core dubbed GigaBlaze G10 Serialink core. Transfer rate; Device's compliance with emerging Gigabit Ethernet and P1394.2 data transmission specifications.


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