Designing Multi-FPGA Prototypes That Act Like ASICs
FPGA prototyping has become indispensable for functional verification and early software integration of prospective ASIC designs. If the ASIC in question is large, it is often necessary to spread the functionality across multiple FPGAs on a special prototype board. This white paper discusses the importance of choosing the right tools and methods to most efficiently partition ASIC functions into multiple FPGAs for development and evaluation purposes.
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