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Altera  Profile

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Altera  Company Overview

Founded in San Jose, California in 1983, Altera Corporation is a pioneer of programmable logic devices and integrated system-on-a-programmable-chip (SOPC) solutions. Altera's extensive product line targets replacing ASIC and ASSP solutions with low-cost, low-risk standard user-programmable solutions. Today, Altera offers a portfolio of industry-leading CPLDs, FPGAs and Structured ASICs. Altera combines the reprogrammable logic technology originally invented in 1983 with software tools, intellectual property and design services to provide high-value programmable solutions to customers worldwide.

Altera  Products

The types of products manufactured by Altera include MAX II CPLDs, MAX 3000A CPLDs, MAX 7000 CPLDs, Cyclone II FPGAs, Cyclone FPGAs, Stratix II FPGAs, Stratix FPGAs, Stratix II GX FPGAs, Stratix GX FPGAs, HardCopy Structured ASICs, and HardCopy II Stratix Structured ASICs.

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