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FCCM20: Survey Article
Additional Information Links
The FCCM20 Survey article Birth and Adolescence of Reconfigurable Computing: A Survey of the First 20 Years of Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines makes reference to many products and technologies that were contemporary at the time of writing. This page is a collection of useful links to allow people to followup to find further information (for current technologies) and perhaps links and explanations for historical technologies that are no longer currently offered.
- Algotronix -- pioneer in compute-oriented cellular arrays. Acquired by Xilinx in 1993, the Algotronix parts became the Xilinx XC6200.
CM-5 Connection Machine 5, Thinking Machine's SPARC-based MIMD machine circa 1991.
- Core i5 (Intel)
- Concurrent Logic
- Cray XD1
- CUDA core
- DSP Builder (Altera)
- GTX 560Ti
- IEEE 754
- National Semiconductor CLI
- SPLASH 2
- Veolce logic emulator (Mentor Graphics)
Veridae Systems -- post-silicon validation company acquired by Textronics
Note: We will fillin an initial version of most of these links before the FCCM20 release. Others can feel free to fillin links and add additional entires with links. You will need to signup for an account on this wiki to edit.