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PLD

Abbreviation for:
partial lipodystrophy
people with learning disabilities  
percutaneous lumbar discectomy
phospholipase D
platelet defect
polycystic liver disease
posterior latissimus dorsi
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Altera Corporation, The Programmable Solutions Company, was founded in 1983 and is a leading supplier of programmable logic devices (PLDs).
QuickLogic Corporation (NASDAQ:QUIK), the lowest power programmable logic leader, today announced its "Power Comparison Resource Package" that includes a low power programmable logic video, power comparison demo platform, a white paper created by a third-party consultant and a micro website.
Altera's Mercury family addresses this need by combining the advanced CDR transceiver technology of an ASSP with world-class programmable logic.
The FPGA Station tool suites provide complete design software environments for programmable logic devices, which include field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs) and simple programmable logic devices.
Andy's strong background and experience in semiconductor sales and sales leadership will be key to both shaping and achieving QuickLogic's vision of becoming the market leader in providing the lowest-power programmable logic solutions," said Tom Hart, Chairman, President and CEO.
Programmable logic has become a major segment of semiconductor business.
Through the on-board programmable logic, the device can be expanded to support up to four external PCI agents.
Making 'The Triple Play' a Reality: Overcoming voice, video and data convergence challenges using programmable logic.
QuickLogic Corporation (NASDAQ:QUIK), the lowest power programmable logic leader, today announced engineering sample shipments of the first member of its PolarPro(TM) FPGA family, the QL1P100.
In this one hour, in-depth seminar we will showcase how the PolarPro FPGA Family offers the lowest power programmable logic in the industry, drawing less than 10 uA standby current, making it an ideal choice for power sensitive applications.
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