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Modular FPGA board for extreme hardware-accelerated computing

9/30/2010 08:52 PM EDT
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DouglasMotaDiasDSc
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re: Modular FPGA board for extreme hardware-accelerated computing
DouglasMotaDiasDSc   10/7/2010 8:38:12 PM
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What about development tools for reconfigurable computing (high performance computing / algorithm acceleration)? What Pico and/or a third-party offers for M-503?

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Kinnar   10/4/2010 6:53:33 PM
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The specifications says that the name of this board should be Hippo Board. It extraordinary design.

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Max The Magnificent   9/30/2010 9:15:33 PM
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As soon as you use one of these little scamps for a real-world project, please let me know about it ... maybe we could write an article about it...

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