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Hierarchical Design Flows: Design Preservation & Team Design

Not everyone wants to tackle a 2 million logic element FPGA design all by themselves.  But where do you start? How do you break down the design steps into logical pieces for a team of people to work on? 

In this episode of Chalk TalkHD, Amelia chats with David Dye of Xilinx about how Hierarchical Design methodologies and Team Design can accelerate your next FPGA design and get those team members of yours working productively together.  With these tools and techniques, two million logic elements won’t seem like that much after all.

Click the links below to download two related whitepapers: 

Increased Productivity Using Team Design

Repeatable Results with Design Preservation

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