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Programmable Logic

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Many core solutions meet growing demands of comms processors 09/07/2013

The volume of data being transmitted around the globe is reaching staggering levels – and we 'ain't seen nothing yet', according to leading players ...

FPGAs are displacing asics and assps in high data rate ... 28/05/2013

Modern networks are carrying vast amounts of data in various formats – recent figures show that more than 30% of North America's data traffic is ...

FPGA developers square off at 20nm 27/11/2012

Programmable logic is one of the first technologies to be manufactured on the latest process node. In the past, fpga developers have taken advantage ...

Altera embeds ARM processors to create ‘distinct class of ... 08/11/2011

Towards the end of 2010, Altera announced what it called its Embedded Initiative, the aim of which was to speed the take up of programmable logic ...

FPGA industry rises to the challenge of 28Gbit/s ... 11/10/2011

At last month's European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication, Altera demonstrated an fpga implementing a 100Gbit/s link using four ...

As interface speeds increase, will fpgas ‘see the light’ ... 24/05/2011

The advent of fpgas with optical interfaces promises to simplify high speed interfacing between and within systems. But not all fpga vendors believe ...

CPLD flexibility enables wide application 12/04/2011

Once simple to understand, programmable logic is now a complex world, with devices of all types apparently providing solutions to most design ...

Rolling the dice 09/11/2010

Xilinx moves to a multidie architecture to meet demands for high fpga performance

Outlook 2011: FPGAs find new meaning 04/11/2010

How a technology has moved from humble beginnings to potentially encompassing a complete system

Getting smarter: Three in one platform to enable platform ... 13/04/2010

When the programmable logic device first appeared in the first half of the 1980s, it was used almost entirely as a means of fixing design errors – ...

Flash forward: Programmable platforms 10/11/2009

How flash based fpgas are hitting the industry's sweet spots.

Is there life after asics? 10/11/2009

The continuing rise of the fpga looks set to mark the end of the asic. Or does it?

Flexible friends 12/10/2009

New programmable solutions challenge the fpga in the communications sector.

Debugging methods for FPGAs 28/05/2009

There are several debugging methods available for fpga design, including simulation at the RTL and gate level, static timing verification and debug ...

FPGAs back design call 26/05/2009

Sanctioning the development of an assp is a tough call for the ceo of a telecom chip company. Given the depressed marketplace, an expensive chip ...

Setting the standard for industrial communications 27/04/2009

Industrial networking is a fragmented market and a growing number of industrial communications standards means fpgas to the rescue.

Connectivity, dsp and low power consumption 13/04/2009

With the attention given by programmable logic companies to potential applications, you could be forgiven for assuming the market was covered by a ...

Flexible and fast 08/09/2008

With more transceivers, the latest fpgas are helping to get the job done more quickly.

Logical move 06/06/2008

New fpga entrant targets hand held applications. By Graham Pitcher.

Future proofing fun 20/03/2008

How fgpas could serve as platforms for next generation game consoles. By Bart Borosky.

Signalling change 23/11/2007

FPGAs are becoming more applicable in signal processing applications. By Edward Young and Paul Moakes.

Switching focus 19/10/2007

Stacked switch approach to packet processing requirements. By Paul Dempsey.

Avoiding nightmares 24/09/2007

How programmable logic can be the ‘glue’ that solves interface standards nightmares.

Transceiver take up 08/06/2007

Manufacturers are boosting the number and type of transceivers on their fpgas. By Roy Rubenstein.

Nice threads! 05/04/2007

A different hardware and software approach is boosting network processor efficiency. By Graham Pitcher.
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