In this lawsuit Altera alleges that Xilinx's Virtex product line infringes three of Altera's newer patents covering the Embedded Array Block (EAB) technology pioneered by Altera and first introduced in the FLEX 10K family in 1995.
What does EAB stand for?
EAB stands for Embedded Array Block(s)
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In that suit, Altera alleges that Xilinx's Virtex product lines infringe three newer Altera patents covering the Embedded Array Block (EAB) technology pioneered by Altera and first introduced in the FLEX 10K family in 1995.
Clear Logic models indicate for each signal, the side of the chip the circuit is on, the row and column in which the circuit resides and which one of the logic elements or SRAM embedded array blocks (EABs) contains the signal.
It includes a FIFO for data storage, which is implemented in the Embedded Array Blocks (EABs) of Altera's FLEX 10K family devices.
Its unique structure allows the implementation of random logic, but also provides embedded array blocks (EABs), which can implement a variety of memory and specialized logic functions as efficiently as embedded gate arrays.