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Intel rolls six merged Atom, FPGA chips

11/22/2010 06:57 PM EST
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van.novat   11/23/2010 3:35:58 PM
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Please get Shoesfuucking.com off these web pages. The article was very good though.

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Robotics Developer   11/22/2010 9:28:18 PM
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I wonder if any chip vendor intends to support the growing robotics market with a high end processor and FPGA built in for personality/feature hardware support? I can find a plethora of micro/embedded types of processors, there are extensive FPGA offerings but the combination seems slim. The power savings, cost/size savings, and performance would be a great advantage to the myriad of robotic applications. Is there any good options out there?

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