Reconfigurable processors to
feature at SoC show
Elixent will demonstrate its patented reconfigurable algorithm processing technology, D-Fabrix, at the 1st International SoC conference in California on 19th and 20th April
Elixent will demonstrate its patented reconfigurable algorithm processing (RAP) technology, D-Fabrix, at the 1st International System-on-Chip (SoC) conference in California on 19th and 20th April. The RAP technology provides the world's lowest power reprogrammable solution for implementing algorithm processing in SoC devices.
The demonstration will show live video being processed on a reconfigurable platform.
The conference is organised by Savant Company, and addresses significant issues in the world of SoCs, including configurable CPUs and DSPs for SoC platform design, 90nm and post-90nm-related technologies, SoC platform design approaches and technologies, programmable devices, and IP and EDA tool challenges.
It is targeted at engineers, system designers, executives and students in the wireless, telematics, digital consumer, biometrics and networking markets.
"We're always keen to demonstrate to electronic product manufacturers the power consumption and performance advantages our technology offers", said Kenn Lamb, CEO of Elixent.
"The conference will provide us with an excellent opportunity to meet with the companies and people driving the latest SoC, 90nm and EDA technologies".
"Elixent's reconfigurable algorithm processing technology is of a great interest to our conference attendees who are coming from major technology companies as well as key universities in the Southern California area", said Farhad Mafie, President and Chief Executive Officer of Savant Company.
"For system platform designers who are evaluating new technologies for their next design there is nothing more valuable than seeing an actual working demonstration of a complex technology such as RAP in Elixent's demonstration system".
D-Fabrix gives ASIC designers a flexible alternative to fixed function chips.
The technology uses reconfigurable arrays which enable functionality to be added or changed post-fabrication, enabling bugs to be fixed or even the whole chip to be customised.
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