Mentor, Menta team up on eFPGA

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By Peter Clarke

Mentor’s Catapult is integrated development environment that allows designers to migrate from SystemC and C++ to eFPGA. Menta’s eFPGA allows designers to specify the size and number of embedded logic blocks , global clocks, memory, ALUs, and interfaces as required by any user application. As well as being customizable the Menta eFPGA can be licensed and used within system-chips. Menta’’s Origami programmer tool is integrated into the flow to support design from HDL to bitstream with synthesis, mapping, place and route.

“The close collaboration between Mentor and Menta brings a significant value add to our customers across a variety of market segments,” said Vincent Markus, CEO of Menta, in a statement.

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