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Intel Plus Altera

Actually, an excellent highly optimized co-processor FPGA for software algorithms is a very different beast than your typical Xilinx or Altera FPGA. It's doesn't need IO's, other than a clean coherent L2 cache interface, and some mailbox interrupts in bot…

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The Vision Thing

Thanks for the article, Jim. It's especially exciting to see what companies like Xilinx are doing with embedded vision in the area of SoCs and accelerating image processing algorithms via hardware. With the growth of expectations and features common to mo…

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Revamped Digital IC Flow

What are your concerns about next-gen digital design? Does Innovus address them?

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Put an FPGA IN It

A French company called Menta has a similar technology, an FPGA as IP block in an ASIC.

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Of Soft Balls and Hard Cracks

Thanks- my knowledge of Americana has increased by a quantum

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A magnetic brain implant lets blind rats see without seeing

Instead of Rats, please start using politicians( either party )!!!

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A 50x50 Photonics/MEMS Optical Switch

Will this MEMS/photonics switch project help convert intra-data-center traffic to optical?

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Tanner to Join Mentor: Outsider Gets a Crew

Hi Bryon, Your readers should be aware that multiple customers are using Mentor Calibre in the physical verification and extraction portions of their MEMS designs. To that point, there is a white paper authored by Mentor and Freescale on how Freescale use…

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