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Long Live the King – eFPGAs Reign Supreme

Flex Logix and Achronix Bring Embedded FPGAs into the Spotlight

In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we’re getting out the LUTS and elevating our embedded IP with a two-part interview episode all about eFPGAs. Geoff Tate (CEO – Flex Logix) and I discuss the difference between embedded FPGAs and traditional FPGAs, the value of an embedded FPGA platform in your next design, and what the eFPGA landscape looks like going forward. In the second part of this week’s Fish Fry, I chat with Robert Blake (CEO – Achronix) about their foray into the world of embedded FPGAs.  

 

 

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