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In today’s ASIC, multiple power domains are very common. Power switches are widely used to turn on and...
If we follow “An introduction to reconfigurable computing”, there are four different levels of reconfiguration in hardware. 1. reconfigurable...
In this slides, we talk about some power techniques at algorithm level. Topics touched include different binary data representations...
Ram inside FPGA is convenient to use but is costly. If your FPGA based design needs a large memory...
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Precise-Design posted in MCU and DSP 1 year, 3 months ago · , 0, 1
Graphcore, an England startup, develops processor and accelerator hardware for machine learning
Machine learning runs on GPU today. Looks it calls for a specialized processing core which spawns opportunities for startups such as Graphcore to grab.
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Precise-Design posted a new activity comment 1 year, 3 months ago · , 0, 0
ckegley, I post a message at http://www.valpont.com/members/precise-design/activity/1979/. Looks ML spawns opportunity for specialized processing core and/or accelerator hardware which Graphcore is working on.
Precise-Design commented on the post, Reconfigurable Processing Chain in Hardware Design 1 year, 4 months ago · , 0, 0
Thanks ckegley. Yes the article reflects real design that works in field. Let us know any question about this topic.
Precise-Design replied to the topic Ring Oscillator in FPGA? in the forum ASIC and FPGA 1 year, 7 months ago · , 0, 0
Ring oscillator is commonly used in ASIC for PVT monitoring and even for DPLL oscillator. It does find some use cases in FPGA too. One of them is to generate a unique code for an FPGA chip for security reason. You can find some details…[Read more]
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