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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Power-Aware FPGA Design

    Power consumption requirements in new, autonomous, multimedia-savvy consumer products that can store, transmit, and receive information have catapulted system architects and board and chip designers into a new realm. Even when designers attempted to reduce system power consumption, their approaches were not comprehensive and focused enough to achieve optimal results....

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    High-Volume Nano FPGAs: Going Where No FPGA Has Gone Before

    Electronic devices have found their way into every aspect of daily life. This popularity is driving demand for more portability and higher integration. While demand is increasing, design teams are challenged with meeting shorter time-to-market demands in their current design processes. Traditional ASIC and ASSP design technologies are limited by...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Incredible Shrinking Medical Devices: Flash-Based Mixed-Signal and Low-Power FPGAs Address Portability and Miniaturization Trends

    Increasing healthcare costs, the prevalence of chronic diseases, an aging "Baby boomer" community, and large emerging markets in countries such as China, India, and Brazil, are creating tremendous demand for affordable, robust, and reliable medical devices to improve the treatment and care of millions of patients worldwide, and to cure...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2004

    ProASICPLUS in Casino Gaming Applications

    The casino gaming industry has undergone many changes in the last decade. Since the introduction of the first mechanically-based slot machine in the late 1890s, the slot machine has cycled through hundreds of iterations to reach its present state of a networked, interactive, multimedia platform. Integrating the latest technology, today's...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2004

    ProASICPLUS in Casino Gaming Applications

    The casino gaming industry has undergone many changes in the last decade. Since the introduction of the first mechanically-based slot machine in the late 1890s, the slot machine has cycled through hundreds of iterations to reach its present state of a networked, interactive, multimedia platform. Integrating the latest technology, today's...

    Provided By Actel

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Power-Aware FPGA Design

    Power consumption requirements in new, autonomous, multimedia-savvy consumer products that can store, transmit, and receive information have catapulted system architects and board and chip designers into a new realm. Even when designers attempted to reduce system power consumption, their approaches were not comprehensive and focused enough to achieve optimal results....

    Provided By Actel

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    High-Volume Nano FPGAs: Going Where No FPGA Has Gone Before

    Electronic devices have found their way into every aspect of daily life. This popularity is driving demand for more portability and higher integration. While demand is increasing, design teams are challenged with meeting shorter time-to-market demands in their current design processes. Traditional ASIC and ASSP design technologies are limited by...

    Provided By Actel

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Incredible Shrinking Medical Devices: Flash-Based Mixed-Signal and Low-Power FPGAs Address Portability and Miniaturization Trends

    Increasing healthcare costs, the prevalence of chronic diseases, an aging "Baby boomer" community, and large emerging markets in countries such as China, India, and Brazil, are creating tremendous demand for affordable, robust, and reliable medical devices to improve the treatment and care of millions of patients worldwide, and to cure...

    Provided By Actel