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…
There are 4 issues with Vivado 2020.1 that may affect your designs. A tactical patch has been created to avoid these issues.
This year, SkyWater announced a collaboration with Google to provide a service where you can design your own custom ASIC and get them for free (!!!). This week, Mohamed Shalan discussed the progress that’s being made for the individual steps…