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Intel’s First FPGAs

It is about time to quit building things from such tiny pieces such as wiring segments and single FFs as that requires too much P&R.

CPUs have been using microcode for generations and many features and bug fixes have been done just with new microcode.

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Xilinx vs Intel

"nothing would be better than a tool suite that could take a legacy C/C++ software application and magically create an optimized, accelerated version that executed on a conventional processor paired with FPGA fabric. Such a tool does not exist, however, n…

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Interim Industrial Security

What do you think of Icon Labs' approach to securing old networked industrial equipment?

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Humans vs. Computers

Of course if they are using internet available data to authenticate, well hummm. And Yes, I'm old enough that my childhood address is probably not on the internet but that's probably not true for a majority already. As we lose more and more privacy to …

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New SRAMs Popping Up

What do you think of the SureCore and Mentor SRAM innovations?

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FPGAs for the Masses?

"The implementation is correct by construction, so there is no need for hardware level verification and debugging."

This is the way that design should be done. It is up to the design tools to accurately implement the logic and data flow.

HW timing …

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Beacons As IoT Channels

What do you think of using beacons to carry IoT data?

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It May Be Big and Bulky, But It’s Slow!

7400 TTL dates back to 1965, and was in wide spread use a few years later. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7400_series...

By 1975 all new computers were some flavor of TTL, ECL, NMOS, CMOS, and custom VLSI. The MITS Altair 8800 was released in late 1974 a…

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Matching Patterns

Can you envision other applications for pattern matching technology?

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