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FPGA design services

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What we do What’s included?

What we do

We provide field-programmable gate array (FPGA) design services for systems that offer sophisticated features and advanced technologies such as video and image processing, machine vision, and industrial networking. Our FPGA designs can contain millions of tiny logic cells. We can program chips to do almost any kind of digital function. Alongside with the FPGA design service, we provide a Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD) design services for simpler logic applications.

What's included?

From the initial concept to specification, through block-level design to the implementation and verification, we have the right expertise in place to help you design integrated digital circuits for your embedded system. We provide the design for FPGA (RAM-based digital logic chips) and CPLD (EEPROM-based chips). As part of our field-programmable gate array design services, we also develop devices based on a system on chip (SoC) that may contain digital, analog, mixed-signal, and radio frequency functions on a single chip. These SoC capabilities bring extreme flexibility to hardware designs.







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How we work

To know exactly how our different collaboration models apply to FPGA design services, check out the table below:

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

PROJECT-BASED OUTSOURCING

DEDICATED DEVELOPMENT TEAM

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

YOU

SHARED

YOU

FPGA DESIGN

INTEGRA

INTEGRA

INTEGRA

FPGA VERIFICATION

INTEGRA

INTEGRA

INTEGRA

TESTING

INTEGRA

SHARED

SHARED

DELIVERY MANAGEMENT

INTEGRA

SHARED

Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of FPGA/CPLD design.

What IP cores do you use?

We work with paid and free IP cores provided by the manufacturers of FPGA (Xilinx, Altera). We also use open source IP cores from such sources as OpenCores that adapt to a particular FPGA family. Here are the IP cores we've worked with:

  • Cortex-M
  • MicroBlaze
  • PicoBlaze
  • Nios II processor
  • FIFO controller
  • DMA controller
  • SPI
  • Quad SPI
  • UART
  • I2C
  • CAN
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • PCI Bus
  • SDRAM
  • DDR
  • DDR2
  • DDR3
  • SD/MMC controller
  • HDMI
  • Interrupt controller
  • Ethernet.

Do you validate FPGA firmware?

We apply different simulation and computer modeling methods to validate FPGA firmware. We also test the firmware on development kits.

What FPGA chips do you work with?

The most common chips that we use for FPGA development include Xilinx, Altera (Intel), Microsemi, Actel, and Atmel.

Have you worked with SoC systems that use both FPGA and CPU?

We have worked with chips produced by Xilinx and Altera (Intel). They feature the FPGA performance and the flexibility of CPU programming, providing a fast way to collect and process data.

What is the main difference between ASIC and FPGA?

ASIC or Application Specific Integrated Circuit is designed to perform a specific function and cannot be changed or reprogrammed, unlike FPGA which is programmable and can be reprogrammed for different purposes.

Could you help me choose an FPGA chip for my project?

As soon as we study the project specification, our FPGA design engineers will assist you with the choice of the appropriate FPGA chip that meets the requirements of your system. Depending on the requirements for the FPGA hardware design, we will help you select a chip with the relevant resources.

Can you design a custom board for an FPGA?

Sure. We can either provide an FPGA board design from scratch or design an FPGA SoM board.

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