Design Con 2015
Welcome Guest Log In | Register

User-Customizable ARM-Based SoC FPGAs for Next-Generation Embedded Systems

Authored on: Oct 4, 2011 by Todd Koelling

Technical Paper

0 1
More InfoLess Info
Today's embedded system developers face unprecedented challenges in their efforts to rapidly deliver competitive products to market. Until recently, most system implementation options have been limited to software-intensive, power-hungry multichip systems or costly SoC ASICs. However, market forces and resource constraints are compounding to make these approaches less viable for many design teams. For ARM-based embedded systems, though, advances in FPGA technology, intellectual property (IP), and design tools have witnessed the emergence of user-customizable SoC FPGAs. These devices not only overcome the shortcomings of traditional approaches, but offer unique and significant advantages for embedded system implementation.
View
 
1 comment
write a comment

No Avatar

KrunalVed Posted Oct 28, 2011

This is really the future of embedded processors.

reply

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page

×

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page

×

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page