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Altera Turbos the Tools

Was at a talk by someone trying to get some modeling software running on SMP(X86), GP-GPU, or FPGA, and while the FPGA won on power and speed the compile time was about half a day vs a matter of minutes to run the software, so maybe they're getting closer…

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Intel/Altera Agreement (Partially) Tells the Tale

@kelwong,
In my view, because eASIC devices are not in-system reprogrammable, they are not suitable for use as accelerators in a heterogeneous computing environment. The specific value that FPGA fabric brings is it's ability to be reconfigured on the fly…

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Faster Extraction

What do you think about Mentor's parasitic extraction improvements?

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Intel and Altera – Eleven-Figure Chicken

@TotallyLost,
I'm actually claiming this is the hard part because I do have a lot of experience with it.

Before I started this gig, I spent a little over 20 years managing development of commercial place-and-route, high-level-synthesis, and RTL and F…

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Muxcapacitors and a Quantum Shift in Power Supply Technology

I think you meant fluxcapacitor - an essential component of a time machine.

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The EIP Laser Turntable plays records without touching them

I seem to recall that RCA had a similar record player in the 1950's, but obviously it did not use lasers!

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A Giant Sensor Standard

All of the information confusion bits aside, what do you think of the actual technical direction of this family of standards? Useful?

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