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2005-08-15 Dual-core CPU enables simultaneous 32- and 64-bit computing
NextCom LLC's new extreme computing architecture called "Flextreme," leverages open standards, small form factors, and mobility with AMD Opteron 32- and 64-bit computing
2000-03-23 Computing multidimensional DFTs using Xilinx FPGAs
This application note reports on a reconfigurable computing architecture that takes advantage of the reduced computational requirements of the polynomial transform method for computing 2D DFTs. A FPGA architecture is described. The device is capable of processing 24,512-by-512-pixel images per second.
2003-06-16 Reconfigurable computing driving new era for DSP
A new computing paradigm for DSP applications that retains the inherent programmability of a software-driven solution while also achieving the raw processing speed and low power consumption of a hardware solution is needed to support the DSP industry's growth
2007-07-23 Reconfigurable logic IP rolls for 65nm, 45nm nodes
Lightspeed Logic tips a new generation of its Reconfigurable Logic IP for the 65nm and 45nm process nodes
2011-10-04 FPGA cuts embedded computing cost
The PMC-SLX reconfigurable FPGA modules can be used in hardware simulation, in-circuit diagnostics and image processing
2003-08-19 JBits software supports reconfigurable computing
Xilinx Inc. has announced the availability of the JBits 3.0 software with support for its Virtex-II line of FPGAs.
2003-03-19 Philips' Silicon Hive to develop IP cores
Philips Research is spinning out a reconfigurable computing architecture it has kept under wraps since the early 1990s to an incubator company called Silicon Hive, which will develop and license synthesizable IP cores.
2002-10-22 Open-source C compiler targets FPGAs
Seeking to eliminate the need for detailed hardware expertise for FPGA design, a research group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory developed an open-source C compiler for reconfigurable logic
2008-03-14 NI: Path leads to parallel for test and measurement
Actions, computing and instructions occurring simultaneously are increasingly common requirements in today's world, as evidenced by the unstoppable migration from single-core to multicore processors in PCs. This new paradigmthe Parallel Shiftbrings a huge challenge to test engineers: the marriage of parallelism with computing, and in related applications of measurement and control
2012-02-10 Developing automatic test systems for extended duty
Know the challenges that are faced by maintenance organizations and automatic test systems providers who sustain the weapons systems programs. Also, learn how to address such concerns.
2003-11-06 Startup crafts 58-Gflops computer
On the eve of the Supercomputing Conference 2003, to be held Nov. 15-21 in Phoenix, startup OctigaBay Systems Corp. will introduce a high-performance computer that melds off-the-shelf X86 processors with internally developed high-speed interconnect and reconfigurable-computing subsystems
2002-03-21 Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
A next-generation configurable circuit architecture is being proposed by a group of designers at startup Cell Matrix Corp. The company is building small prototype chips based on the concept
2003-06-02 Nallatech offers a path between high-level algorithms, FPGAs
Nallatech Inc. introduced the DIMEtalk tools - providing a pathway between high-level algorithms and reconfigurable computing platform based on the Virtex-II FPGA
2004-04-07 IMEC rethinks reconfigurability approach
The IMEC research center is blending concepts in very long instruction word processing with emerging ideas in reconfigurable computing arrays to form a processing cluster that is at once powerful, configurable, and low enough in power for use in mobile applications
2011-11-29 How FPGAs boost medical imaging
Learn how field-programmable gate arrays and other computing elements can enhance imaging techniques such as optical coherence tomography
2004-12-16 FPGA array touts reconfigurability, high density
M2000 has released details of its embedded FPGA architecture, but certain trade-offs need to be addressed
2014-06-13 Xilinx SDNet cranks up programmability
The SDNet serves as a platform for softly defined networks, which feature programmable software and hardware, as well as reconfigurable content-aware data pre-processing at wire speed
2006-05-17 Software environment designed for visualization
Radstone Embedded Computing announced AXISView, a suite of integrated graphic tools designed for system visualization
2011-10-13 Researchers develop high-capacity optical signal device
The reconfigurable signal processing device claims to automatically tune the phase property of ultrafast light signals
2001-05-01 Reconfiguring SoC according to Garp
Programmable SoC components, containing a microcontroller and reconfigurable hardware, promise the flexibility of software and the performance of hardware
2001-03-01 Logic suppliers seek ways to embed FPGAs
Driven by the convergence of communications, computing and consumer applications, SoC design complexity increases the time required to bring competitive products to market, putting a premium on design speed and flexibility
2002-08-16 Emerging DSP bring DVD-quality to PDAs
This article discusses an architecture that provides an efficient compute engine for video encoding and decoding, using the characteristic of image processing for DVD-quality functions in PDAs
2005-08-08 Silicon Hive licenses processor to Agere
Silicon Hive today announced that it has licensed its Avispa processor to Agere Systems Inc. for use in future Agere semiconductor system-on-a-chip (SoC) products.
2005-06-16 Rolling the dice on programmable logic
Today's system engineers all share a common goal: to beat programmable logic at its own game.
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
2014-01-16 FP7 FlexTiles 3D SoC project to run on dual FPGA board
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology has developed a dual FPGA board as the prototyping platform for the European Union's FP7 FlexTiles 3D SoC project.
2006-09-14 Cadence tool seen to hasten hardware assistance adoption
Cadence Design Systems believes its next-generation series of Incisive Xtreme accelerators/emulators can remove the traditional barriers to mass adoption of hardware assistance by design teams.
2001-02-01 Biomorphics tech takes on electronic consumer market
This technology news article describes the penetration of robotics in the field of consumer electronics, particularly children's toys.
2007-12-17 Xilinx-powered RASC speeds up bioinformatics app
Xilinx has announced that an SGI RASC-enabled SGI Altix system from Silicon Graphics, featuring Xilinx Virtex-4 FPGAs, can accelerate the Blast-n bioinformatics application by more than 900 times compared to a traditional cluster.
2013-02-15 Xilinx Virtex-7 based FPGA card tooled for OpenVPX
Alpha Data's ADM-VPX3-7V2 is designed to support the FPGA (V2000T), PCIe Gen3, VITA57 FMC I/O and full industrial ruggedisation.
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