Chris Wheddon

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The argument against ASIC SoCs is that they havealways taken too long and cost too much to design. Asnew process technologies come on line, the issue ofinflexible, unyielding designs fixed in silicon becomes aserious concern. Without the flexibility of reconfigurablelogic, will standard cell ASICs disappear and go the wayof gate arrays? Will ASIC(More)
The argument against ASIC SoCs is that they have always taken too long and cost too much to design. As new process technologies come on line, the issue of inflexible, unyielding designs fixed in silicon becomes a serious concern. Without the flexibility of reconfigurable logic, will standard cell ASICs disappear and go the way of gate arrays? Will ASIC(More)
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