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Best FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Arrays) Companies in 2023

Companies that design, develop, and produce FPGAs (Field-Programmable Gate Arrays) are known as FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) companies. FPGAs are a class of programmable logic devices that may be set up to carry out a wide range of digital logic tasks, such as custom logic designs, memory interfaces, and digital signal processing. Companies specializing in FPGAs often offer various goods and services, such as FPGA development boards, IP cores, design tools, software, and technical support. The industries that these businesses targets include consumer electronics, communications, industrial automation, aerospace and defense, automotive, and more.

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Here are some of the cool trending FPGA companies:


Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and system-on-a-chip (SoC) products are among the programmable logic devices (PLDs) that Xilinx creates, develops, and sells. One of the world's biggest and most prosperous FPGA businesses is Xilinx.

The variety of products offered by Xilinx is one of its main advantages. In addition to the Virtex, Kintex, Artix, and Zynq product lines, the firm provides a range of FPGA families. High-performance computing, data center acceleration, industrial automation, and other uses for these devices are numerous. Xilinx offers various software and design tools to support its FPGA chips, such as Vivado Design Suite and SDx development environment.

Intel (formerly Altera)

Computer hardware, including processors, memory, storage, and other components, is designed, produced, and sold by Intel, a technology corporation. For $16.7 billion, Intel purchased Altera in 2015, a market leader in field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Through this acquisition, Intel became one of the biggest FPGA manufacturers in the world. It was well-known for its programmable SoCs and high-performance FPGAs (system-on-a-chip). Applications for Altera's FPGAs include industrial automation, data centers, telephony, and more.

In addition to continuing to create and market FPGAs under the Altera name after the acquisition, Intel has also incorporated FPGA technology into its own goods, such as its Xeon processors. Applications for Intel's FPGAs include data center acceleration, industrial automation, 5G communications, and many more.

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