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Dynamically Reconfiguring Logic

A different approach to using one design across multiple applications.

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Dynamic reconfiguration of semiconductor logic has been possible for years, but it never caught on commercially. Cheng Wang, co-founder and senior vice president of software and engineering at Flex Logix, explains why this capability has been so difficult to utilize, what’s changed, how a soft logic layer can be used to control when to read, compute, steer, and write data back to memory, and to optimize performance and behavior for a particular application or use case, and how to program these devices.

 

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