Monthly Archives: February 2010

Designing Low-Power Systems with FPGAs, Part 2

Literally within an hour of posting my last blog entry on designing low-power systems with FPGAs, Altera’s marketing engine issued a related email and dropped it into my inbox. Altera’s email pre-announces the company’s upcoming FPGAs based on 28nm lithography. … Continue reading

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Designing Low-Power Systems with FPGAs

Actel has published a White Paper discussing low-power aspects of using FPGAs. It should not surprise you that the White Paper’s points and conclusions favor Actel’s Flash-based FPGAs over SRAM-based FPGAs from other vendors but that bias should not stop … Continue reading

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