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Walk Softly and Carry a Bigger Memory

High Bandwidth Memory Comes Into Its Own

Watch out HBM, Fish Fry is coming to get ya! In this week’s episode, we take on High Bandwidth Memory with Mike Gianfangna from eSilicon. Mike and I chat about what kind of designs HBM is best suited for, how it compares with the hybrid memory cube, and why terabyte performance may be closer at hand than ever before. We also take a look at the new Synopsys Synplify FPGA design tools.


 

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