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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Ken Robson tagged fpga

By placing your algorithms in logic

Implement custom algorithms in logic.
Compute using programmable hardware.
Leverage the low cost of open hardware platforms.

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FPGAs and microprocessors are more similar than you may think. Here's a primer on how to program an FPGA and some reasons why you'd want to.

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FPGAs enable everyone to be a chip designer. This installment shows how to design the bus interface for a generic peripheral chip.

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mpulse is a world leader in software-to-hardware technologies enabling FPGA-based embedded and accelerated computing.

Our products and services allow software and hardware development teams to use familiar and productive software programming methods when creating FPGA applications.

Impulse CoDeveloper™ includes the Impulse C™ software-to-hardware compiler, interactive parallel optimizer, and Platform Support Packages supporting a wide range of FPGA-based systems. Impulse tools are compatible with all popular FPGA platforms.

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The advent of field-programmable gate arrays requires that we stop calling circuits “hardware”
and, more generally, that we broaden our concept of what constitutes “software.” ...
Developing modern embedded software capable of execut

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Starbridge Systems®, Inc. is a high performance computing company that offers hardware and development tools for grand challenges in computing for such industries as geophysics, bioscience, signal processing, and scientific research and development. Star

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In recent years, the line between hardware and software has blurred. Hardware engineers create the bulk of their new digital circuitry in programming languages such as VHDL and Verilog and often target it to CPLDs and FPGAs. What are these devices and how

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Designers of multimedia systems face three significant challenges in today's ultra-competitive marketplace: Our products must do more, cost less, and be brought to the market quicker than ever. Though each of these goals is individually attainable, the ha

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Yesterday morning I ran across what sounded like an interesting story from Hewlett-Packard's labs that seemed to involve a possible transistor replacement, nanotechnology, and the indefinite furtherance of Moore's Law. I ultimately decided to skip it, tho

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"Adaptive supercomputing will cause a paradigm shift in the way users select and use HPC systems. Adaptive supercomputing is necessary to support the future needs of HPC users as their need for higher performance on more complex applications outpaces Moor

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