High Performance Architecture
Designing high performance embedded systems has many challenges. In most cases a mix of several techniques has to be applied to reach the goal of a small, embedded system running at real-time and at the same time combining low-power with high performance. Hardware accelerators like FPGAs and embedded GPUs is often the solution, programmed to be compute engines for a specific task, off-loading the CPU. FPGAs can also form customized interfaces to sensors and other equipment, making them an attractive choice. Especially the fairly new SOC-FPGAs, combining one or several ARM-cores with an FPGA fabric, are very interesting system components as they more or less form a complete system, requiring very little additional components.
Machine Learning and Neural Networking
Image and signal processing
The leading consulting company within FPGA and ASIC design in the Nordic region. We specialize in high performance systems, creating optimized hardware and software designs where FPGAs in many cases play a key role to achieve efficient solutions.
Synective Labs and Chalmers University of Technology are collaborating on a project course in FPGAs and VHDL implementation
Synective remains dedicated to bringing the best and most skilled consultants in RTL programming and FPGA development to the industry. As the market demands rise and the gap between the skills obtained in the educational systems and the skills required by the industry...