I would love to see some articles that cover their technology in more depth. Perhaps some results for real designs. One thing I've not seen discussed at all is the power consumption of the Tabula technology vs traditional FPGAs. I'm assuming that is not their strong suit since it has never been discussed, but perhaps that is not the case.
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