Actel

Actel

Actel was founded in 1985 and was acquired by Microsemi in November 2010. It is headquartered in San Jose, California, and has offices worldwide. Known for its high reliability and anti-fuse based FPGAs for military and aerospace markets. Actel is an American manufacturer of non-volatile, low-power field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), mixed-signal FPGAs, and programmable logic solutions. In 2000, Actel acquired GateField, which expanded Actel's antifuse FPGA products to include flash-based FPGAs. In 2004, Actel announced that it had shipped one-millionth of its flash-based ProASIC PLUS FPGAs. In 2005, Actel introduced a new technology called Fusion to bring FPGA programmability to mixed-signal solutions. Fusion is the first technology to integrate mixed-signal analog functions with flash memory and FPGA architecture in a single-chip device. In 2006, to address tight power budgets in the portable market, Actel introduced IGLOO FPGAs. The IGLOO FPGA family is based on Actel's non-volatile flash technology and ProASIC 3 FPGA architecture. Two new IGLOO derivative products were added in 2008: IGLOO PLUS FPGA with enhanced I / O capabilities and 2G low-power solution IGLOO nano FPGA. A nano version of ProASIC3 was also introduced in 2008.
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