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    Top Answer:We use Xilinx as intended for FPGA programming because it is one of two software that can be used for FPGA programming.
    Top Answer:I believe there is only one paid license, but I'm not sure. Students typically use the free Academia license. The Academia license is free.
    Top Answer:The new versions, like Centos, are not stable when released, but they are usually fixed in a patch, which is generally two or three times a year. In most cases, some board is missing in the free… more »
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    Overview

    QuickLogic SRAM FPGA’s are suitable for battery backed, low power reconfigurable applications. QuickLogic provides SRAM FPGA s designed specifically for lowest system power. Our SRAM family (PolarPro 3/3E) are perfect for battery backed applications
    requiring a level of flexibility or re-programmability.

    QuickLogic Low Power SRAM FPGAs offer:
    -Ultra-low powe
    -Reprogrammable
    -Low cost

    Xilinx® 7 series FPGAs comprise four FPGA families that address the complete range of system requirements, ranging from low cost, small form factor,
    cost-sensitive, high-volume applications to ultra high-end connectivity bandwidth, logic capacity, and signal processing capability for the most demanding
    high-performance applications.

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    Al Speech, Consilient Technologies, DSP Concepts, Nuance, Retune DSP, Analog Devices, Bosch, Nordic, Amkor, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
    CERN, Alibaba Cloud, SK Telecom, Twitch, NetQuest, Ethernity Networks
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    Comms Service Provider22%
    Manufacturing Company16%
    Computer Software Company13%
    Government8%
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    Small Business21%
    Midsize Enterprise15%
    Large Enterprise64%

    QuickLogic FPGA is ranked 6th in Enterprise FPGA while Xilinx FPGA is ranked 1st in Enterprise FPGA with 1 review. QuickLogic FPGA is rated 0.0, while Xilinx FPGA is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Xilinx FPGA writes "Accessible, easy to install, quick to deploy, and has an up-to-date forum". QuickLogic FPGA is most compared with , whereas Xilinx FPGA is most compared with Lattice FPGA, Microchip PolarFire, Intel FPGA and Achronix Speedster7t.

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