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S2C Adds 7 New Prototype Ready™ Accessories to its Suite of Rapid FPGA-Based Prototyping Tools

S2C Adds 7 New Prototype Ready™ Accessories to its Suite of Rapid FPGA-Based Prototyping Tools May 04, 2012

The New Accessories Help Speed Prototype Development and Interface Prototypes to the Target Operating Environment

San Jose, CA – May 3, 2012 – S2C today announced that it has added 7 new Prototype Ready accessories to the already large family of daughter cards used to create FPGA-based prototypes and interface FPGA-based prototype boards to the user’s target operating environment. These pre-engineered off-the-shelf solutions speed the overall prototype development schedule by saving the user the time to engineer the solutions on their own.

Mon-Ren Chene, S2C’s Chairman and CTO said that many of our Prototype Ready solutions are developed in response to customer needs. “We take the “rapid” in rapid FPGA-based prototyping very seriously. We always work closely with our customers to identify new ways to save them time and to help them get to market sooner. Our success hinges upon our customer’s success. In addition, we proactively develop new products and Prototype Ready IP and accessories to help improve our customer’s rapid FPGA-based customer success.”



Availability


The new Prototype Ready accessories are available today. Contact your local sales office for more information.


S2C Adds 7 New Prototype Ready™ Accessories to its Suite of Rapid FPGA-Based Prototyping Tools


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About S2C


Founded and headquartered in San Jose, California, S2C has been successfully delivering rapid SoC prototyping solutions since 2003. S2C provides:

  • Rapid SoC FPGA-based prototyping hardware and automation software

  • Prototype Ready™ IP, Platforms, and Accessories

  • System-level design verification and acceleration

S2C's value is our singular focus on SoC/ASIC development. Our highly qualified engineering team and customer-focused sales force understands our customers’ SoC development needs. S2C’s unique FPGA-based solution, using our patented TAI IP technology, enables designers to quickly assemble FPGA-based SoC prototypes on S2C FPGA boards. This gives customers an early start on software development, typically the long pole item in development schedules. Combining rapid prototyping methodologies with a comprehensive portfolio of Prototype Ready IP and advanced verification and acceleration solutions, S2C solutions greatly reduces the SoC design cycle.


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