NanoXplore’s EU-built FPGA and growing revenue is a poster child for ESA-European Commission collaboration

by Peter B. de Selding

BRUSSELS — NanoXplore, a manufacturer of radiation-hardened field-programmable integrated circuits, or gate arrays (FPGAs), for satellites says it’s an example of what can be done when European governments work together on behalf of technology autonomy.

Managing director Edouard Lepape has no qualms talking about how important the financial support of the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Commission and the French space agency, CNES, has been to putting the company on the road to growth.

“Without them, none of . . .

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