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 the time and cost required not only in the initial design, but also in upgrades and updates once a system is in use. FPGAs address these limitations, giving design teams a system development platform that is fast, flexible, and cost effective. Using FPGAs, design teams can implement a design in a fraction of the time, and at a fraction of the cost required for the traditional custom IC approach.