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2007-07-16 FPGA-based coprocessors ease ASIC emulation
Today, designers are using FPGA-based coprocessors to eliminate issues associated with conventional ASIC emulation and hence, deliver more accurate designs quickly and with less effort.
2006-09-18 Simulation boosts FPGA-based DSP systems
The use of FPGAs as coprocessors provides considerable speed gains over high-end DSPs. The wide range of automated tools makes the development of FPGA-based DSP systems faster and easier than ever before.
2012-04-23 FPGA-based video analytics sol'n for surveillance systems
Altera and Eutecus released a four-channel, standard definition video analytics solution that allows customers to analyze four D1 480p/30fps video channels simultaneously using a single FPGA.
2011-10-21 Altera, Eutecus announce FPGA-based full-HD video analytics
Altera and Eutecus have announced the release of their single-chip 1080p/30fps video analytics solution that features greater accuracy, detail and flexibility.
2006-06-19 Programmable chips rev critical algorithms
DRC and XtremeData deliver programmable coprocessors that can accelerate time-critical algorithms run on AMD64 processor
2006-09-08 HyperTransport Consortium welcomes seven new members
The HyperTransport Technology Consortium, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing, promoting and licensing the HyperTransport interconnect technology, announced seven new companies as part of its commercial membership base.
2014-11-27 How to achieve 200-400GE network buffer speeds
Know how a serial chip-to-chip protocol, with 200-400 GE data rates and 4.5 B read/write transactions, can be used to eliminate throughput bottlenecks at the processor/external DDR memory interface.
2007-09-03 Extend DSP design to heterogeneous hardware platforms
Heterogeneous, reconfigurable DSP platforms supported by a platform-based design methodology allow traditional DSP designers to quickly evaluate the benefits that an FPGA coprocessor can bring to their unique applications.
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