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ARM TechCon Innovation Challenge 2015 – Vote for HAPS-80 FPGA-Based Prototyping System

The ARM TechCon Innovation Challenge panel has announced the finalists and I am happy to announce that HAPS-80 with ProtoCompiler was selected as one of only twelve. Now it’s your turn to choose the overall winner. Please vote for HAPS-80 FPGA-Based Prototyping system


Vote here :

This is why I think the new HAPS-80 with ProtoCompiler FPGA-based prototyping system should win:

  • The new solution is a leap forward in prototyping technology far in advance of what the pure Xilinx UltraScale VU440 FPGA device itself enables. It’s an integrated solution of hardware, HAPS-80, with state of art tool flow from ProtoCompiler. Come into the light and no longer suffer the dark ages of just a board solution
  • The solution includes a tool flow which has radically reduced the time to first prototype. What used to take months now on average takes >2 weeks.
  • For the first time ever in a prototyping solution, high visibility debug is built into the HAPS-80 with ProtoCompiler solution providing almost seamless and minimally intrusive debug. Multiple debug modes are supported including a clock controlled full visibility mode, high performance capture mode, real time debug with a logic analyzer and a deep trace mode for long scenario capture.
  • Happiest users from the highest performance in single and multi-FPGA usage modes, shorter verification test runtimes, boot OS’s quicker. Unique synthesis and HAPS High Speed Time Domain multiplexing delivers the highest performance possible for IP and SoC designs
  • Desktop and global usage modes. Access a system locally on the engineers desk or remotely when it’s housed in a secure data center. Global accessibility ensures the highest utilization of the systems for the best ROI
  • Unmatched iteration turn-around. Automation ensures that re-spin builds are accelerated and incremental capabilities ensure that only changes need to be spun and incorporated.

This makes the solution perfect for all SoC designs, especially ARM-based.

So Vote here for HAPS-80 FPGA-Based Prototyping System:

Summary details from: : A panel of EDN/EE Times editors and ARM experts selected 12 finalists, 3 in each of the following categories: Best Software Product, Best Chip Product, Best System, and Best IoT Product. These 12 finalists will be featured in the ARM Innovation Challenge Tour. Awards will also be given out for Best in Show and Reader’s Choice (that’s where you come in). The awards ceremony is scheduled to take place Wednesday, November 11 at 4:15 local time in the EXPO hall theater.

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