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FPGA has become strategic technology. It used to be a “poor man’s ASIC” and provided a customized IC for lower-volume applications. While it is still used this way in many systems, it has also become strategically important to two very big, high-growth applications

BY Geoff Tate

Expanding the possibilities in the processor subsystem.

2-1/2 Months from IP delivery on a FinFET Process

With the eFPGA now readily available in many process nodes from multiple suppliers, Flex Logix offers predictions on what we can expect to see around eFPGA development and use cases in 2022 and beyond.

For those of you who follow Flex Logix®, you already know that we have an IP business, EFLX® eFGPA, and…


Discussion with Joseph Sawicki, Executive Vice President, Siemens Digital Industries Software, IC EDA, on new capabilities or tools, More than Moore, new architectures and more.

Catering to the requirements of a wide variety of applications while meeting time-to-market and cost targets is forcing designers to rethink memory design and verification.


With CMOS scaling at advanced nodes, there’s now greater complexity than ever. This complexity, in turn, threatens project schedules and development costs.

There’s currently no industry-standard neural network when it comes to AI hardware benchmarking, but the MLPerf benchmark suite comes close.

Investing in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education is one way to nurture the interests and skillsets that are needed to bring more engineers into the workforce.