If March winds bring April showers, then April showers must somehow give rise to new announcements in programmable logic and structured ASIC. From tools to technology to applications, let’s sail through some of the most interesting announcements this week to pick up on the latest trends. There continue to be significant advances in the design … Read More → "Mayday Mayhem"
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Tom Hart took physics in school and was a Bombardier-Navigator in the U.S. Navy. He knows that with proper focus you can take advantage of an exponential ratio to deliver many times more energy to a target than even a much larger unfocused source. As Chairman, President, and CEO of QuickLogic, he applies that same … Read More → "E. Thomas Hart"
I still check occasionally on gizmodo.com or engadget.com, but I’ve pretty much given up hope. It’s now 2005. Throughout my childhood, I was convinced that by this year I’d be flying around in my jetpack, or at least driving my flying car. My personal robot is a bit closer to reality, but still not in … Read More → "Leading Languages"
Your design is working perfectly – on your development board. Unfortunately, your company is probably not planning to ship FPGA development boards as part of their product. You’ll have to come up with something a little more practical and cost effective if you’re going to win “employee of the decade” when your skunk-works design ships … Read More → "Cost-Reduction Quagmire"
In our previous article “Terminology Tango 101” we poked fun at the myriad metrics given by programmable logic companies in their publications and data sheets. While it’s fun to make fun of the confusion induced by this dizzying data, it is also interesting and useful to dig past the difficulties of agreeing on units and … Read More → "Benchmarking Battlefield"
Oct 19, 2021
Learn about key roadblocks to improve ADAS systems & higher levels of autonomous driving, such as SoC performance, from our 2021 ARC Processor Virtual Summit. The post Top 5 Challenges to Achieve High-Level Automated Driving appeared first on From Silicon To Software....
Oct 19, 2021
Today, at CadenceLIVE Europe, we announced the Cadence Safety Solution, a new offering targeting safety-critical applications and featuring integrated analog and digital safety flows and engines for... [[ Click on the title to access the full blog on the Cadence Community si...
Oct 13, 2021
How many times do you search the internet each day to track down for a nugget of knowhow or tidbit of trivia? Can you imagine a future without access to knowledge?...
Intel® Quartus® Prime Software Version 21.3 Available NOW! Agilex™ Power and Performance, Nios V, Simulator Aware Signal Tap and More
Oct 4, 2021
The latest version of Intel® Quartus® Prime software version 21.3 has been released. It introduces many new intuitive features and improvements that make it easier to design with Intel® FPGAs, including the new Intel® Agilex'¢ FPGAs. These new features and improvements...