Mouser Now Sells Intel Agilex F-Series FPGA Development Kit for PCIe 4.0 Designs

February 4, 2021 – Mouser Electronics, an electronic components distributor focused on introducing new products to drive industry innovation, is now selling the Intel® Agilex™ F-Series Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Development Kit. The PCI-SIG-compliant development board included in the kit enables engineers to develop and test PCI Express (PCIe) 4.0 designs using the on-board […]

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Advanced Peripheral Bus Architecture for Efficiency in MCU Applications

MCUs now have a surprising number of on-chip peripherals that can simultaneously be used to offload low-level functions from the CPU. This can significantly improve processing efficiency, reduce power consumption, and simplify your design. However, you might be surprised if your peripheral functions overwhelm the internal bus interface and the data transfer speeds slow down […]

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An FPGA-based Graph Neural Network Accelerator Solution

(White Paper No.: WP024) Thanks to the rise of big data and the rapid improvement of computing power, machine learning technology has experienced revolutionary development in recent years. Machine learning tasks such as image classification, speech recognition, and natural language processing operate on Euclidean data of a certain size, dimension, and order. However, in many […]

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Introduction of low-speed interface and high-speed interface

In FPGA design, in addition to some applications such as algorithm verification, data interaction (communication) between the FPGA and the controller is required in other cases. Generally speaking, all digital communication interfaces of CPU can communicate with FPGA. Here we will briefly classify the relevant interfaces. The interfaces here mainly refer to the communication between […]

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Embedded Field Programmable Gate Arrays (eFPGAs) for Next-Generation Automotive Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs)

By: Bob Siller – Senior Marketing Manager, Achronix For anyone who has researched a new car lately, it’s hard not to notice how rapidly automotive electronics are evolving. Just compare car safety technology from three years ago with today’s technology and you’ll see that the number of cameras has increased significantly to support things like […]

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Intel's AIB chips take a modular approach to system design

There are not many success stories related to chiplets today, for one simple reason – there are few standard interfaces defined for how to connect them. In fact, the only way to use them is to control both ends of the interface using proprietary interfaces and protocols. The only exception is the definition of HBM2, […]

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Introduction to Testing of Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)-Based Hardware Accelerated Devices

Achronix Semiconductor CorporaTion, a leader in field-programmable gate array (FPGA)-based hardware acceleration devices and high-performance embedded FPGA (eFPGA) semiconductor intellectual property (IP), has joined the TSMC IP Alliance Program, a joint venture of TSMC A key component of an Open Innovation Platform (OIP). Achronix's award-winning Speedcore eFPGA IP is optimized for high-end and high-performance applications. […]

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Moore’s law will come to an end, and the future will be the world of FPGA

For 50 years, the underlying components of the computer have followed the “Moore’s law”: under the condition of constant price, the number of transistors integrated on the chip will double every 18 to 24 months, and the computing cost will decline exponentially. Moore’s law has brought about various technological changes, such as the Internet, genome […]

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What is the difference between different age groups

Age of FPGA Xilinx released its first FPGA in 1984 (but these devices didn’t really ship until 1985). Although these devices are much more complex than those simple programmable logic devices (PLD) at that time, most digital design engineers only use these devices to realize glue logic, very simple state machine and very limited data […]

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