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FPGA Seek — an exclusive search site for FPGAs

March 25, 2009

Nearly 17 months ago, I’d discovered FPGA Central! This discovery has gone one better — introducing the FPGA Seek (www.fpgaseek.com)!

According to the site, the FPGA Seek is a search engine optimized for field programmable gate array (FPGA) and CPLD’s related topics. FPGA Seek brings together the search engine technology from Google but with a laser focus on results related to FPGA/CPLD.

This search engine only goes on to show the importance FPGAs have been gaining. Even the open source world hasn’t been far behind. Recently, Altera’s Nios II processor received Wind River Linux support. And just before that, both Xilinx and Altera chose to release products the same day!

FPGA related jobs
Of course, there’s a whole lot of information on this site. Users can also suggest a site they’d like to be added. There’s also a link to FPGA and CPLD related jobs. Of course, it opens on to the FPGA Job Central page. In fact, a lot of jobs have been posted in the recent days. So, those looking for openings, do check it out.

I’ve been also conducting several searches on the site and am delighted to find several references to my articles/blog posts. 🙂

Enough said… perhaps, you should all check out and bookmark FPGA Seek! Lastly, thanks to FPGA Central for letting me know!!

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