2020-06-08 - Nitin Dahad

Drag and drop with new software and IP for processor-based FPGA design

A new design environment to empower developers of any skill level to quickly design FPGA-based applications using a drag-and drop graphical user interface...

2020-04-10 - Rajan Bedi

Does your spacecraft flash? Part 2: Introducing the RT PolarFire FPGA

RT PolarFire offers huge potential to advance re-configurable on-board digital processing for the space industry.

2019-10-15 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Power Management for FPGAs

In today's super-competitive markets, the relevance of FPGA and ASIC devices has grown enormously since the functionality of several new systems depends on those components.

2018-01-24 - Rajan Bedi

BRAVE new ITAR/EAR-free space-grade FPGAs

Many satellite and spacecraft OEMs are looking for ITAR/EAR-free, rad-hard, ultra deep-submicron FPGAs. BRAVE, a new family of rad-hard FPGAs, addresses this market need.

2017-10-04 - Ted Marena, Microsemi

Reaping the benefits of instant-on FPGAs

Instant-on devices can operate in the early points of the system voltage’s power-up curve and serve a vital function in supporting complex power-on sequences, self-test at startup, and more. But what does it mean for a device to be instant-on?.

2017-09-20 - Dylan McGrath, EE Times

The U.S., China and the Chip Industry

Beijing cried foul over Trump's decision to block the acquisition of Lattice Semiconductor. It should be prepared for more of the same.

2017-08-01 - Microsemi

Tamba Ethernet MAC pushes Microsemi FPGA bandwidth

Microsemi’s PolarFire FPGAs incorporate Tamba Networks' Ethernet MAC to increase bandwidth, while reducing capital and operational expenditures.

2017-07-28 - Imagination Technologies

Imagination updates CPU teaching material

The comprehensive set of materials aims to provide students with all the necessary tools to learn about computer architecture.

2017-05-12 - Joe Mallett

Why FPGAs are good fit for industrial applications

The overall average lifetime of manufacturing equipment is growing, and designers need to utilise and deploy components that will work reliably for decades.

2017-02-28 - Graham Prophet

Intel Stratix 10 powers FPGA prototyping platform

Assembled with four pluggable Intel Stratix 10 SG280-based FPGA modules, the quad system offers a capacity of up to 80 million ASIC gates.