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Field programmable gate array is an abbreviation for field-programmable gate array.
It’s a semiconductor IC in which the vast majority of the device’s electrical functionality may be altered; by the design engineer, during the PCB assembly process, or even after the equipment has been distributed to clients in the field.
Designers of a wide range of electronic equipment benefit from FPGAs, including smart energy grids, aeroplane navigation, car driver assistance, medical ultrasounds, and data centre search engines, to mention a few.
FPGAs are employed in a wide variety of applications. FPGAs are used in a broad range of applications, from video and image equipment to circuits for aerospace and military applications, as well as electronics for specialised processing.
The North America Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Synplicity Business Group’s FPGA synthesis products, Synplify Pro and Synplify Premier, now support Altera Corporation’s Stratix IV Field Programmable Gate Arrays, which are manufactured at 40 nanometers (nm) (FPGAs).
Synplicity synthesis solutions from Synopsys provide exceptional value to customers by combining efficient mapping technology, which is tuned specifically to take advantage of the performance features of Stratix IV devices, with timing-driven synthesis technology, which produces area optimizations and lower power consumption in Stratix IV-based designs.
Altera’s Stratix IV FPGAs combine modern 40-nm technology with the company’s renowned transceiver and memory interface technologies to deliver great signal integrity and good system bandwidth.
When combined with HardCopy IV ASICs, Stratix IV FPGAs give the benefits of FPGAs with a seamless transition to ASIC implementation.
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