Vivado 2021.1 came out at the end of last month. What’s new besides the name-change? Read on…
The International Symposium for FPGA 2021 was held last week. If you couldn’t make it to the virtual conference, here’s where to find the papers.
Xilinx released their latest release of the Vivado and Vitis tools yesterday.
AMD will acquire Xilinx in an all-stock transaction valued at $35 billion.
Intel have released Quartus Prime Pro 20.3.
There is a new family of radiation-hardened FPGAs from a French company, called NanoXplore. These parts are being evaluated for space applications be CERN.
Microchip has announced the first FPGA to have a hard RISC-V IP CPU core; the PolarFire SoC. Read on to find out more. Update: There’s a dev board, too.
IBM announced its open-source A2O POWER core (that’s a capital “o”, not a zero), joining the A2I core it opened on the 30th of June.
TerosHDL have announced a beta of their plugin for Visual Studio Code.
The annual Hot Chips conference is a place where industry and academia meet to discuss the latest developments in silicon chip technology. Head over to Anandtech and take a look at their coverage of the 2020 conference that’s on just…