FPGA systems are the preferred technology for small volume high-performance digital systems, as it may significantly reduce NRE cost, risk, and time to market.
At Inomize, we offer a wide range of cutting-edge, top-of-the-line FPGA services. Our engineering team is highly proficient in implementing high-speed interfaces on FPGAs using advanced technologies such as DDR2/3/4, Gigabit Ethernet, RapidIO, PCI Express and ultra-high speed optical interfaces.
We have a long-standing proven record of working with Xilinx, Altera, Lattice, and low power Actel technologies. At Inomize, we can improve and accelerate every stage of the FPGA development process from initial architecture, test bench development to feature addition, as well as offer solutions to obsolescence problems in existing designs.
Inomize FPGA Cores
Inomize has developed and tested a large repository of FPGA cores, which are available for immediate use and can be easily integrated into any Altera or Xilinx device.
This tactical approach will save you precious time and resources in the development process. We can also customize any available source core to match your specific requirements.
As FPGA systems are becoming increasingly complex, ASIC design flows and tools often fail to meet development deadlines and budget.
It is therefore vital to carry out a comprehensive verification and system testing before implementation.
Some of the benefits include:
Better debug capabilities in simulation
Software development can start at an earlier stage
Early stage lab testing
Designing silicon is an expensive and risky process.
Different techniques of prototyping, emulation, and modeling can be very effective in minimizing your development costs and risks.
Using various emulation techniques may also help in accelerating SW development, building a prototype system for further project planning, design validation and more.
Drawing on our extensive experience and knowledge in ASIC and FPGA, Inomize offers a variety of Emulation and Modeling services:
PHY’s / Hard macros replacement or integration
Hard / Soft IP balancing (like regular Multiplier vs. DSP48)
Clocks & Reset