The adoption of FPGAs as a system accelerator or the central processor in end market products is increasingly driven by the lower power, higher performance and lower cost of FPGA devices. This shift is creating numerous challenges for the designers of FPGA-based products who now have to design the hardware and integrate system software. To help manage these challenges, FPGA designers need the right tools to complete their designs on time and with the least risk. Read this paper to learn more.