What is an FPGA?
A field programmable gate array (FPGA) is a general-purpose integrated circuit that is programmed by the designer rather than the device manufacturer. Unlike an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), the FPGAs can be indefinitely reprogrammed, with many advantages in terms of flexibility and product lifetime. Moreover, even providing similar performances, the FPGAs require lower non-recurring engineering costs and shorter time-to-market.
In the last years, FPGAs have made great progress in terms of scale of integration, performance, consumption and unit cost reduction. They are increasingly used on embedded systems for DSP (Digital Signal Processing) applications, where often win the competition with traditional DSP processors in terms of throughput.
Custom design services
eVS offers services to design / migrate image processing and computer vision algorithms to FPGA. eVS also provides training on design flow and technology transfer. Thanks to our expertise, IP portfolio and a wide partner ecosystem, we can find the most efficient, optimized and cost effective solution for your design project.
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