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Dream Catcher: Synopsys’ FPGA-based Prototyping

Thursday, September 17th, 2015


This week, Synopsys announced its HAPS-80 FPGA-based prototyping systems, which  the company says “delivers up to 100 MHz multi-FPGA performance and high-speed time-domain multiplexing technology.”

Johannes Stahl, Synopsys Director of Product Marketing for Prototyping, told me in a phone call related to the announcement that when it comes to physical prototyping, “things are breaking.” Which is why, per Stahl, Synopsys is fulfilling the dreams of its customer base with these new HAPS-80 systems, fully integrated systems that address the biggest problems in prototyping.


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