Five Minutes With… Geoff Tate, Co-founder/CEO, Flex Logix

May 25, 2017
FPGA technology has been around for eons (well Silicon Valley eons anyway). But lately, the embedded version of that technology is moving to the forefront. In a nutshell, an embedded FPGA is programmable IP that gets embedded into an SoC. Sounds simple, and looks like it can have lots of benefits (and it does). But obviously, there are places where it doesn’t make sense. That was the crux of the discussion I had with Geoff Tate, Co-founder and CEO of Flex Logix in this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion http://www.flex-logix.com/
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