We provide "FPGA & USB system developing boards".
These products are "ease of use" and "high fuctionality". USB-IF has already been installed on these boards, users don't need to develop USB-IF at all. Users are able to focus on FPGA developmnent.
Now, we provide a new product by using TI's Stellais-MCU and a FPGA. In the near future, we will provide some new products by using FPGAs inculding ARM Cortex-A8.
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