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Reprogrammable FPGAs offer the flexibility required to address changing standards and speed time to market.
Actel has released M1-enabled Igloo FPGAs, which offer significant power, cost and size advantages for portable applications Rich Wawrzyniak, Senior Market Analyst, ASIC and SoC at In-Stat said, "Portable applications are a rapidly growing market for programmable logic as sales in these applications is forecasted to exceed US $500 million by 2010"
This article was originally published on Electronicstalk on 19 Dec 2007 at 8.00am (UK)
Cool kit evaluates frugal FPGAs
Kit showcases the ultra-low-power attributes, flexible implementation options and battery-saving advantages of Igloo FPGAs for portable applications.
Development environment helps cut power
Enhancements enable easy comparisons of multiple design scenarios and their resulting power consumption and battery life implications.
"More and more, a low-power, reprogrammable solution is required