Xilinx begins research in Belfast

October 10, 2003 – Xilinx Inc., San Jose, CA, is collaborating with Queens University Belfast to create a facility devoted to programmable systems research.

The Programmable IC Platforms for Programmable IP Networks (PIPPIN) project, conducted by the university’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, will explore new chip designs for “intelligent” telecommunication networks that evolve to meet levels of demand in network traffic, according to professor Roger Woods.

Researchers will work with Xilinx engineers from the company’s R&D facility in Dublin.


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