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RocketChips - Xilinx  Profile

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RocketChips - Xilinx  Company Overview

RocketChips was a supplier of high-speed CMOS mixed-signal transceivers for communications, networking and storage systems. 

RocketChips was acquired by Xilinx in 2000.

Xilinx leads one of the fastest growing segments of the semiconductor industry - Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs) - with over 50 percent market share. PLDs represent an exciting growth potential in the chip market thanks to their flexible nature and ability to change functionality even after being manufactured.

RocketChips - Xilinx  Products

The types of products manufactured by RocketChips - Xilinx include FPGAs, CPLDs, PROMs, Xilinx Aerospace & Defense (XQ) and Automotive (XA).

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