The embedded FPGA is beginning to find a market, with communications leading the way but machine learning likely to drive further adoption.
Achronix has decided to offer the FPGA technology it has developed as a set of embeddable cores.
Menta SAS has launched an embedded FPGA core family that improves density over previous versions.
Menta has launched a family of off-the-shelf IP cores aimed at TSMC’s 28nm processes to provide reconfigurability for SoCs.
Altera has cut a deal with ARM to bring unified debug support to the FPGA fabric and Cortex-A9 processors inside the Cyclone SoC products, using a specialized version of ARM’s DS5 tool.
Achronix plans to use the FPGA fabric that it has developed for standalone products to be fabbed through Intel as the springboard for an embedded-FPGA offering.
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