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    As FPGAs have become larger their use as a prototyping tool has become more diverse, including using multiple processors in a single design and system.  And the business of FPGA prototyping has grown with that ability.  What began as a means of prototyping other silicon devices, has become a way to validate the FPGA itself, an indication of how the FPGA verification market can be used in bootstrapping a next-generation FPGA based on known designs.  S2C is one of the companies that is making a profitable business in this niche as this New Tech Press Report demonstrates.