William Wong | Electronic Design
Oct 14, 2016
Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have provided developers with flexibility. Recently, FPGAs have incorporated system-on-chip (SoC) microprocessors such 64-bit, ARM Cortex-A57 cores. This simplifies programming and integration, but there are other alternatives as well, such as Flex Logix’s embedded FPGAs that make it possible to integrate an FPGA within an ASIC.
I talked with Flex Logix’s Cheng Wang about the firm’s embedded FPGA technology. The two-and-half-year-old year old company already has embedded FPGA IP available in TSMC 28 nm and TSMC 40 nm, and will soon be available in TSMC 16 nm.
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