Philips Semi introduces pair of CoolRunner CPLDs

February 1997
Electronic News;02/10/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2154, p21
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of Philips Semiconductor's PZ5064 members to its CoolRunner line of complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs), targeting the telecommunications, network switching, voice messaging and cellular coding markets. Scheduled delivery; Development of the first member of the company's Pinnacle series; Pin compatibility of devices within the CoolRunner family.


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