FPGA startup delivers first product: Page 2 of 2

March 02, 2018 //By Peter Clarke
FPGA startup delivers first product
Efinix Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.), an FPGA startup founded in 2012, has launched its first product; the Trion programmable platform.

"We are grateful to have pre-paid customers waiting for our initial Trion FPGAs, which is a first in the FPGA industry," said Sammy Cheung, co-founder and CEO of Efinix, in a statement. "Trion FPGAs attract customers working on new innovations and applications that cannot be supported by traditional FPGAs."

Rich Sevcik, a former board member at Xilinx and an FPGA veteran said: "The alliance with China’s SMIC, a top foundry for high-volume production, should be rewarding to Efinix, especially for launching the Trion platform into the Chinese market, which already has the largest consumption of FPGA products."

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