An Electronic Design Automation (EDA) company for FPGAs
We believe a major hurdle that stops FPGAs being more widely adopted is complexity of the FPGA configuration languages currently available. Many companies have tried to respond to this issue by taking languages used on CPUs and apply them to FPGAs. Yet despite years of development these languages have seen no wide spread adoption. We are developing a new toolkit and language: one that is built for FPGAs and can fully exploit their power, whilst stripping away many of the unnecessary complexities of languages currently used in the development process.
Location: United Kingdom, London