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Software Defined ICs Ease Design and System Integration

Authored on: May 3, 2006 by Paul Master

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Quicksilver's Adapt2400 ACM Architecture, based on Adaptive Computing Machine technology, allows a system designer to rapidly port his algorithm either a custom designed ACM with the exact node types and node numbers required for his system or port to an existing ACM. Once the realm of highly specialized and extensive design teams, Quicksilver has reduced the resources required to develop multi-threaded, parallel applications by abstracting the overhead and allowing the engineer to focus on adding value, not redesigning infrastructure. Hardware engineers will immediately relate to the ease of migration from one product to another. Rather than design the wheel on a design-by-design basis, redesign focus can be placed on developing new IP. Unlike other IC technologies, Quicksilver AC0Ms are completely reusable and relocatable through easy source code changes.

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