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Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe we should just ride in AltLinx’s wake and make voltage regulators. Ha! Not on your damn life! The day I shadow a penny-ante outfit like AltLinx is the day I leave the FPGA game for good, and that won’t happen until the day I die! The market? Listen, we make the market. All we have to do is put her out there with a little jingle. It’s as easy as, “Hey, technology mapping complex datapaths with anything less than 8-input LUTs is like playing pushing-on-a-rope whack-a-mole with some bad-approximation-timing-model physical synthesis CAD.” Or “There’ll be so few logic levels between the hard logic blocks, I could put Intel out of business.”