Learn About Easier-to-Use Partial Reconfiguration Flow

Ever wonder whether the challenges of using partial reconfiguration are worth the benefits? Now, there's an easy-to-use, fine-grain partial reconfiguration methodology that delivers lower cost and power and higher system uptime. What's more, you don't need to understand the intricacies of FPGA architecture to get more usable density from your device.

View this 15-minute webcast to learn how:

• Our partial reconfiguration flow works
• Our flow provides cost, power, and design productivity advantages
• Our new 28-nm Stratix® V FPGAs support partial reconfiguration
• You can use the flow to develop more cost-effective designs for applications like optical transport network (OTN) multiplexing transponders and software-defined radio

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