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2005-11-11 Structured ASIC devices embed PCI Express physical layer
ChipX has introduced a new structured ASIC family that it claims is a low-risk alternative to traditional ASIC and FPGA devices
2013-04-29 Sol'n speeds processor design for embedded vision
The Embedded Vision Development System from Synopsys claims to enable designers to tune processor architectures and quickly implement the design on a HAPS FPGA-based prototype
2009-09-02 Silicon circuit board trumps ASICs
Startup siXis Inc. has selected foundry SVTC Technologies to fabricate its embedded silicon board computing modules, which claims to bridge the gap between PCB prototypes and ASIC-based designs
2008-10-13 S2C exhibits logic accessory modules at SoCIP 2008
S2C will showcase 11 new accessory modules for its TAI logic module products, rapid SoC prototyping systems based on Xilinx FPGA, at the SoCIP 2008 Seminar & Exhibition in Beijing and Shanghai
2013-12-18 Prototyping family optimized for IP, subsystems
Synopsys' FPGA-based HAPS Developer eXpress includes customized synthesis and debug software to speed prototype bring-up and streamline the transition from individual IP blocks to full SoC validation
2003-01-09 Perspective on 2003 electronics test industry
The future of the electronics industry lies in using commercial off-the-shelf technologies to lower costs and increase performance, said National Instruments CEO Dr. James Truchard.
2011-10-24 Overcome challenges of ASIC/SoC prototyping with FPGAs
Learn about FPGA-based prototyping and the various factors that must be taken into account to successfully implement a prototyping strategy
2011-01-27 InPA Systems reveals Active Debug and Full Visibility prototyping tech
Esteemed IC, EDA executive Bernie Aronson will be available at the InPa booth to discuss Active Debug and Full Visibility prototyping technology at DesignCon.
2001-05-01 FPGAs don remote reprogram habits
FPGAs are often used in embedded devices because they can be reprogrammed and one way of getting the new program to the device is by sending it through the net.
2016-02-05 Emulation vs prototyping: The performance crossover
Emulation and FPGA-based prototypes are complementary tools, not despite their performance crossover, but because of it.
2004-12-29 Embedded algorithms for co and parallel processing
Celoxica announced its new Embedded System Level Algorithmic architectural design tool.
2007-01-08 eASIC expands structured ASIC line with ARM926EJ processor
eASIC Corp. has added the ARM926EJ processor to its Nextreme 90nm product family.
2004-01-12 Crest Audio multichannel digital amps to use Actel FPGAs
Professional audio systems manufacturer Crest Audio has selected Actel's APA075 ProASICPLUS FPGA devices for its new line of advanced multichannel amps
2013-10-02 Blue Pearl Software Suite v.7.1 boasts CDC enhancements
Release 7.1 new features include the User Grey Cell, CDC Waivers, CDC checks more granular, Black box signal direction detection and FPGA-vendor specific options pages
2014-07-01 Application architectures for image processing
Here's a discussion on the architectural choices that need to be made and the high level language tools approach to software-to-hardware compilation.
2004-10-13 Altium kits enable 'live' system development, testing
Altium released its new LiveDesign Evaluation Kits that include a low-cost evaluation board with the choice of either an Altera Cyclone or Xilinx Spartan-3 FPGA device
2005-01-25 Altera bares industry's 'compelling structured ASIC solution'
Developed as an alternative to the standard cell, Altera's HardCopy II is a non-reprogrammable device seamlessly migrated from a Stratix II FPGA prototype
2013-04-10 TI-powered Moonshot in the works, says HP
Texas Instruments joined several ARM and x86 vendors that eventually will find a place aboard HP's Project Moonshot systems, which currently ships only with Intel Atom SoCs.
2000-03-01 Taking new stabs at programmable analog
Programmable logic has some traditional advantages over ASIC design. The gate count of FPGAs approaches that of custom circuits. FPGAs can be programmed?and re-programmed?out in the field, enabling fast time to market. ASICs, in comparison, need careful attention to layout and fabrication technology. It can take anywhere from six weeks to two years (depending on the complexity of the circuit) to get an ASIC working properly.
2010-04-27 Rapid prototyping systems achieve up to 200MHz
Synopsys is offering the HAPS-60 series of rapid prototyping systems designed to enable early hardware/software co-verification and system-level integration at near-real-time run-rates.
2003-08-01 Data flow must be 'seen' in router debug
Debugging a prototype of a router based on a network processor requires visibility into the details of the data flow through the various sub-systems.
2015-08-28 Agile techniques for hardware design (Part 3)
In the final instalment of this Agile Hardware article, we will describe Chisel, a new programming tool suitable for Agile hardware development.
2015-08-24 Agile techniques for hardware design (Part 1)
In the first of a three-part series, two University of California at Berkeley professors suggest it is time to apply Agile design techniques to hardware.
2003-07-16 Actel rolls line of radiation-hardened FPGAs
Actel Corp. made good on its promise to deliver a new breed of radiation-hardened FPGAs that exceed the reliability requirements of today's satellite systems.
2007-11-01 Software drives prototyping for ASICs, SoCs
Much can be done to make prototypes faster to bring up and easier to change. The ultimate goal is to create an environment where designers can get to work quickly, debug rapidly and make changes without delay. In this new era, FPGA-based prototyping will have a key position along with other verification methodologies.
2014-02-07 Software defined radio (SDR) platforms support up to 6GHz
The platforms from Ettus Research combine two RF transceivers covering DC-6GHz with up to 120MHz bandwidth through modular daughter cards and a large user-programmable Kintex-7 FPGA
2007-09-17 NHK bets on Super Hi-Vision as future TV
Japan Broadcasting Corp. has taken a step toward realizing that vision by demonstrating working prototypes of key component systems
2012-01-11 Address hardware/software integration issues with combined prototyping solutions
Find out how to reap the individual advantages of prototypes in combination with other prototyping techniques
2015-11-23 What makes hardware emulation so compelling
Here is a quick assessment of the evolution of hardware emulators over the past two decades, comparing where things stood in the 90s to where they are today.
2014-12-17 Verifying multi-processor SoC cache coherency
Learn about a highly automated approach to cache coherency verification at the SoC level: generation of test cases to stress every aspect of a multi-processor, multi-memory, multi-level cache design.
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