13 November 2010

Live Webcast: Optimize System Performance with FPGA/PCB Co-Design



In the past, FPGAs were typically low density and low performance used primarily as "glue" logic to piece together a system. Today, FPGAs are high density, high performance components used to implement major system functionality. Since the current trend is to use multiple FPGAs on a PCB, how do you effectively and efficiently integrate the two? New FPGA/PCB concurrent design processes and tools significantly improve system performance, product costs, and designer productivity. This session will discuss these new design approaches



What you will learn

  • Elements of an effective FPGA on-board strategy
  • Specific implementation options
  • How to boost productivity and PCB quality

Who should attend

  • System designers
  • FPGA designers
  • PCB designers
  • Project managers
  • Librarians involved in FPGA design


  • What: Optimize System Performance with FPGA/PCB Co-Design
  • When: Thursday 13th of January 2010
  • Where: Online
  • Time: 16:00 PM CET
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Registration: Web