Using triple modular redundancy, error detection and correction, and ‘safe’ FSMs to ensure greater functional safety in FPGA-based designs
More protocols, multibillion-gate designs, minimized power, burgeoning software and, for networking, hundreds of switch and router ports emphasize the need for scalable, virtualized emulation.
Part three of our series looks at the choices you face as you decide whether to build or buy a board.
Embedded systems developers are turning to agile techniques and continuous integration. To make these processes possible, you need an environment that supports easy access to virtual prototypes throughout the life cycle.
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