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2015-12-02 09:26

Designing pcbs was at one time a sequential process. But the growth in popularity of fpgas has seen that process become more of a parallel operation. Where fpgas once provided 'glue logic' and similar functionality, the devices are now central to the operation of many board level products. Because of this, the fpgas being developed are complex, high pin count devices. This level of complexity brings design iterations and each iteration may require the board on which the fpga sits to be redesigned; even seemingly small changes to an fpga's pin out could have dramatic effects on the pcb's layout...

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It seems the memory industry has taken to making announcements which have little to say beyond the headline. So many words, so little information Recently, we saw the Intel/Micron announcement of their jointly developed 3D Xpoint technology. We know it's a memory – apparently, it's a new technology – but we don't know how it works, what products will be available and when. And so on. Now, according to the business press, memory manufacturer SK Hynix is to invest $26billion in two fabs which will come online 'by 2024'. What the company doesn't say is what the fabs will make. So you have to ask ...

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