idea could potentially usher in a new
era in semiconductors where a single
chip replaces several or adds
abilities without the cost and
power use of extra parts.
UPDATE YOUR HARDWARE JUST LIKE SOFTWARE Tabula's chips are capable of reconfiguring
themselves in eight different ways at a rate of
1.6 gigahertz, that could spell big changes for
the computer and electronic device industries.
semiconductor company in the last 10 years – possibly ever – will crack a problem
that's plagued the chip industry for decades.
By Richard Wawrzyniak
"Tabula has taken dynamically reconfigured logic to the next level. High-density FPGAs at a much lower cost position Tabula in mainstream high-complexity communication applications as well as open up new markets where traditional high-density FPGAs were not cost effective."
By Bryan Lewis
By Tom Halfhill
By Ron Wilson
"Tabula's architecture gives something like a 2-process-node advantage over normal FPGAs. Overall, the new architecture is exciting and promising. Tabula is attacking the communications infrastructure market - which is the cash cow of the entrenched FPGA superpowers."
By Kevin Morris
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