XPLAeXtended Programmable Logic Array
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Under the deal, Xilinx will buy Philips' CoolRunner CPLD technology along with its XPLA set of design tools.
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Designed for power-sensitive applications such as notebooks, telecommunications systems and hand-held instrumentation, PZ3032 forms part of the company's CoolRunner product line and incorporates Philips' Fast Zero Power[TM] (FZP) design technique and extended programmable logic array (XPLA) architecture.