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eFPGA White Papers
Programmable General-Purpose I/O
Using eFPGAs to extend the life of different blocks and reduce inventory.
Talking to many different kinds of chips is becoming more complicated. There are new types of transistors, new protocols, and all of this is limited by the number of pins. Geoff Tate, CEO of Flex Logix, talks about adding programmability into the general-purpose I/O to enable more flexibility, lower inventory, and reduced obsolescence.
Improving PPA When Embedding FPGAs Into SoCs
Embedded FPGAs have been on everyone’s radar for years as a way of extending the life of chips developed at advanced nodes, but they typically have come with high performance and power overhead. That’s no longer the case, and the ability to control complex chips and keep them current with changes to algorithms and various protocols is a significant step. Geoff Tate, CEO of Flex Logix, talks with Semiconductor Engineering about what’s changed and why it’s happening now.