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Protium S1, the Most Productive FPGA-Based Prototyping Solution

FPGA-based prototypes are essential in most system designs today. But, building your own prototype is a challenging and expensive proposition. You need a robust solution with performance, scalability, software support, visibility, and a host of other important attributes. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Juergen Jaeger about the Protium S1 FPGA-based prototyping solution from Cadence Design Systems.

Click here for more information about the Protium S1 FPGA-Based Prototyping Platform.

One thought on “Protium S1, the Most Productive FPGA-Based Prototyping Solution”

  1. Protium has a lot of nice features. How does it differ from any FPGA based emulator? Cadence bought Quickturn. Is this that technology with new branding? This is basically for large ASICs so just saying “it’s the most productive system” needs to be qualified.

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