New Versal Premium with AI Engines essentially takes the AI engines block from the Versal AI Core ACAP and drops it into the Versal Premium to provide a combined adaptable hardware platform with a significant increase in signal processing capacity.
Partnership between CAES and Lattice Semiconductor aims to fill a gap in the market between large FPGAs and processors, and small FPGAs and microcontrollers for space applications.
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.
eFPGA soft IP allows hardware to be reconfigured after manufacturing, enabling more upgradeability and longer life cycles, and acts as “design insurance” for SoCs and ASICs that include algorithms evolving faster than chip manufacturing cycles.
A roundup of this week’s embedded news includes a new embedded edge with Nitin podcast, a look at hardware for the metaverse, new desktop app integration for a popular online component design library plus news of products, people and events.
A roundup of this week’s embedded news includes two new FPGA announcements, one for entry level and the other for HPC, plus a look at how the IoT industry is doing on vulnerability disclosure, the latest on Nvidia and Arm, plus news of products, funding, people and events.
New Renesas ForgeFPGA family targets high-volume applications needing less than 5,000 logic gates, with initial device sizes costing less than $0.50 in volume and with standby power of less than 20 microamps.