Simply stated, we endeavor to change how the world thinks, interacts, and programs configurable devices. By lowering the entry barriers, so many things can happen in a wide variety of domains. Once the usability barriers are lowered, the dynamics change, and these devices can be treated more like software components. The Consolidated Logic flow favors a modular model, which in turn, can raise the level of abstraction, promote reusability, and greatly enhance productivity.
By changing the dynamics of programming configurable devices, designers can become more connected to the process of design. With rapid compilation, a designer would most likely explore the design space more thoroughly, resulting in higher-performance and less costly designs. Idle time between compile runs is eliminated, and live in-situ experiments would replace simulation. Time-to-market advances with a higher-quality product.
The modular assembly model applies equally well to a number of domains, including:
This technology is also embeddable, bringing a whole new dimension to high-performance embedded computing by enabling the hardware to dynamically adapt to the problem at-hand.
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