2022-09-08 - Microchip Technology Inc.

Microchip rad-hard FPGAs achieve MIL-STD-883 Class B qualification

Microchip has now achieved the first qualification milestone with its RT PolarFire FPGA.

2022-08-24 - Efinix Inc.

Sony Semiconductor selects Efinix FPGA for HDR camera board

Trion T20's embedded MIPI, integrated DDR3, high I/O to logic ratio, and small physical size make it ideal for edge and IoT applications.

2022-07-07 - Microchip Technology Inc.

First RISC-V-based SoC FPGA enters mass production

The production qualification for Microchip MPFS250T and MPFS025T extends the PolarFire SoC portfolio of multi-core RISC-V SoC FPGAs.

2022-07-01 - Flex Logix Technologies Inc.

Flex Logix and CEVA unveil working silicon of DSP with embedded FPGA

The SOC2 was designed and taped out in a TSMC 16nm technology by Bar-Ilan University SoC Lab, as part of the HiPer Consortium.

2022-06-24 - QuickLogic Corp.

QuickLogic and eTopus launch flexible eFPGA chiplet template

QuickLogic and eTopus' disaggregated eFPGA-enabled chiplet template delivers design flexibility and bandwidth for high performance applications.

2022-05-04 - Majeed Ahmad

eFPGA IP: Raising the SoC design game

Here is how the eFPGA technology is cashing in on the SoC design movement with a matrix of new possibilities for chip designs.

2021-12-24 - Andy Jaros

Sky-rocketing chip prices? Not with embedded FPGA

eFPGA has become a significant factor in chip design, particularly as the industry moves to the more complicated and expensive process nodes.

2021-12-17 - Microchip Technology Inc.

Microchip launches second development tool for low-power PolarFire RISC-V SoC FPGA

Microchip has launched the second development tool offering in its Smart Embedded Vision initiative for designers using its PolarFire RISC-V SoC FPGA.

2021-11-25 - Renesas Electronics Corp.

Renesas enters FPGA market

The ForgeFPGA Family will address the underserved market need for relatively small amounts of programmable logic.

2021-11-05 - Majeed Ahmad

eFPGA technology: Past, present, and future

The eFPGA technology is very generic and works like an off-the-shelf FPGA chip to bring logic reconfigurability to ASIC and SoC devices.