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...
Register to view the full article
By registering on Electronic Design now, you'll not only gain access to premium content, you'll also become part of an exclusive, robust global engineering community!
Participate in Expert and Reader driven Q&A's
Start your own conversation by commenting on any article or blog
Download high-quality content including the highly anticipated Salary & Career Report