Advancements in System-on-Chip Technologies Enabling Internet of Things– Developments in the North American Region - Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine

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System-on-chip (SoC) technologies, field-programmable gate arrays (FGPAs), hard Processor system (HPS), fractional phase locked loops, and semiconductors are important in the microelectronics technology domain. Just as heads-up displays, liquid crystal displays, power electronics, consumer electronics, smart devices, flexible batteries, organic semiconductors, organic chips, printed electronics, flexible electronics, wearable electronics, printed memories, printed transistors, and organic photovoltaics are critical microelectronics technologies; SoC technologies, field-programmable gate arrays, hard processor systems, fractional phase locked loops, DDR3 (double data rate type three) memory, micro controller uni

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Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine--Advancements in System-on-Chip Technologies Enabling Internet of Things– Developments in the North American RegionAdvancements in System-on-Chip Technologies enabling Internet of Things– North American RegionDevelopment of Spec2Chip Platform Development of Low-Cost FPGA KitsDevelopment of X-Gene 3 Chip Development of Virtual SoC Strategic PerspectivesStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives (Continued)Industry Contacts




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