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IGLOO2 to You Too

Fish Fry is headed to the land of programmable logic this week. We’re talking FPGA design tools, flash-enhanced FPGAs, and ASIC designs that won’t break the bank. We’re getting the skinny on Microsemi’s new IGLOO2 family from Paul Ekas, chatting about FPGA partitioning with Flexras CEO Hayder Mrbet, and also checking out how Triad Semiconductor can cut your mixed signal ASIC design costs down to a reasonable and career-preserving amount. 

 

 

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Fish Fry Links – June 21, 2013

More Information about Microsemi’s new IGLOO2 FPGA Family

Feature Article – Building a Bigger Better IGLOO: Microsemi Goes Mainstream

More Information about Flexras

New Episode of Chalk TalkHDHow to Save 99% on Your Next Mixed Signal ASIC Design

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