Category Archives: FPGA Design

iWave Systems Ultra-High-Performance FPGA Platforms for AI/ML accelerated Edge Computing in IoT applications

14/10/2019, hardwarebee

With the advent of IoT and the proliferation of connected embedded devices, one of the biggest challenges in developing competitive IoT solutions is the ability to bring intelligence at the Edge of the IoT networks. Edge computing is crucial in IoT applications as it paves the way for faster real-time

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Xilinx Announces Vitis – a Unified Software Platform Unlocking a New Design Experience for All Developers

02/10/2019, hardwarebee

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — XILINX DEVELOPER FORUM (XDF) AMERICAS 2019 – Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX), the leader in adaptive and intelligent computing, today announced Vitis™ (pronounced Vī-tis), a unified software platform that enables a broad new range of developers – including software engineers and AI scientists – to take advantage of the power

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Machine Learning FPGA Applications

01/10/2019, hardwarebee

Machine learning and artificial intelligence have quickly become some of the leading technologies for the present as well as for the near future.
 

 
Neural networks on FPGA chips are all the fad right now, and for good reason. A neural network works very similarly to how the

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How to Start with FPGA Programming?

18/09/2019, hardwarebee

What is an FPGA?
 
If you are in the chip design or associated with technology in any sort of capacity, you may be aware of ASICs and FPGAs. FPGA stands for Field Programmable Gate Array and it is basically a silicon chip that can be configured by developers and

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How to Choose an FPGA Development Board?

16/09/2019, hardwarebee

FPGA development board is a board centered around an FPGA that allows designers to test their FPGA code in the real world. Once have designed your FPGA by creating an HDL code, you need to test the code in real life on an FPGA board. An FPGA development board is

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Adding a CPU to your FPGA Design – Tutorial

09/09/2019, hardwarebee

Adding a CPU soft core to your FPGA design is quite easy and explained in this tutorial. Embedded systems based on FPGA can today enjoy from a rich variety of CPU soft cores. This allows FPGA designers to partition their design implementation between software and hardware and accelerate the development

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