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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Reconfigurable Computing 1 2 Reconfigurable Logic: Best of Both Worlds Microprocessor Advantages High flexibility Low development cost and fast time-to-market Low part cost Disadvantages May not meet design constraints Performance Power Size ASIC Disadvantages No flexibility Extremely high development cost and slow time-to-market Very high part (NRE) cost Advantages Very high performance Low power Small size RC Advantages High flexibility Medium development cost and time-to-market Relatively low part cost RC Advantages High performance Low power Small size Reconfigurable Logic Stratix IV E Family Features EP4SE230 EP4SE360 EP4SE530 EP4SE820 Equivalent LEs 228,000 353,600 531,200 813,050 ALMs 91,200 141,440 212,480 325,220 Registers 182,400 282,880 424,960 650,440 M9K Memory Blks 1,235 1,248 1,280 1,610 M144K Memory Blks 22 48 64 60 Embedded Memory (Kb) 14,283 18,144 20,736 23,130 2,850 4,420 6,640 10,163 18 x 18 Multipliers 1,288 1,040 1,024 960 3 ALM – Adaptive Logic Module FPGA: Field-Programmable Gate Array Types of RC Architectures 4 Workstation Standalone RPU (Ex: Nallatech, GiDEL) Attached RPU...
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