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Synflow makes RTL design obsolete
Matthieu Wipliez   9/13/2013 4:48:42 AM
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We have developed a new language and methodology for digital hardware design that removes the need for Register Transfer Level design.

Why? Because there is something wrong with RTL, and because High-Level Synthesis does not (and cannot) deliver the same performance as RTL design.

Our solution is hierarchical design of parallel tasks that are implemented in a C-based language dedicated for hardware. We have started to show videos of our software on our YouTube channel, feel free to take a look.

Let me know if you're interested (or if you're not, why !) :-)

Matthieu Wipliez, CTO and co-founder of Synflow, an EDA start-up company



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