FPGA prototyping of an amba-based windows-compatible SoC

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For the increasing market of smart phones, mobile internet devices, and ultra-mobile PCs, mainstream vendors propose two approaches: one is based on ARM SoC, and the other is based on power-efficient x86 processor. However, either approach has its own limitation. The ARM-based approach lacks application software while the x86-based approach does not support… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1723112.1723117

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