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FPGA Fiesta!

Lattice's iCE40 Ultra and Xilinx at
X-fest 2014

Bienvenido a Fish Fry! Welcome to this week’s field programmable Fish Frying festivities. First to join the podcastin’ party is Joy Wrigley from Lattice Semiconductor. Joy and I discuss how FPGAs are breaking into the IoT scene and why low power will make all the difference in tomorrow’s mobile designs. Joining the fun next is Barrie Mullins from Xilinx. Barrie and I chat about how Vivado is playing a bigger role in this year’s X-fest and why this conference isn’t just for FPGA designers.  


 

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