By 2020, the global FPGA industry is estimated to be worth around US $ 9,882.5 million. Growing markets include: Consumer Electronics. Low-cost FPGA will be key hardware in many smart devices, including tablets, smartphones, and wearables. A high turnover indicates that the market will continue to grow. Currently, this is the biggest FPGA market in […]Read more "The Growing Market for FPGA-powered Devices"
Last Thursday, the Kumamoto prefecture experienced an earthquake of 6.4 magnitude. This was followed by a second earthquake of magnitude 7.3. Approximately 55 people have died from the quakes and over 1,000 people are reported as injured. While the two quakes were serious, they were not as damaging as 2011’s earthquake and tsunami. But the […]Read more "Earthquake in Japan will have an Impact on the Component Industry"
FPGA are now being used in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). FPGA offer a number of advantages compared to other counterparts like ASICs or CPUs. 1) FPGA are reprogrammable, providing greater flexibility, and the ability to accommodate late-stage design changes. 2) FPGA are capable of high-performance computing. ADAS systems will rely on sensor input to compute […]Read more "6 Reasons to use FPGA in Vehicle ADAS Systems"
Periscope entered the market for live video streaming with a bang. Concert goers could now live-stream a show, providing viewers with a very authentic experience of what it’s like to be standing behind a bunch of people. Periscope was very popular when it first came out, but the app also had some major drawbacks. The […]Read more "4 Ways to use Facebook Live"