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Menta eFPGA Conquer Eu Processor and 5G in China

Menta eFPGA Conquer Eu Processor and 5G in China
by Eric Esteve on 03-27-2019 at 12:00 am

During 2018, Menta looked quiet if you consider communication as the main indicator of activity. In fact, the eFPGA vendor was hyper-active in developing future business and reports two main design-win. The first is with the European Processor Initiative (EPI) and Menta has announced in December 2018 that it has been selected… Read More


How standard-cell based eFPGA IP can offer maximum safety, flexibility and TTM?

How standard-cell based eFPGA IP can offer maximum safety, flexibility and TTM?
by Eric Esteve on 10-19-2017 at 12:00 pm

Writing a white paper is never tedious, and when the product or the technology is emerging, it can become fascinating. Like for this white paper I have written for Menta “How Standard Cell Based eFPGA IP are Offering Maximum Flexibility to New System-on-Chip Generation”. eFPGA technology is not really emerging, but it’s fascinatingRead More


How standard-cell based eFPGA IP can offer maximum safety, flexibility and TTM?

How standard-cell based eFPGA IP can offer maximum safety, flexibility and TTM?
by Eric Esteve on 10-19-2017 at 12:00 pm

Writing a white paper is never tedious, and when the product or the technology is emerging, it can become fascinating. Like for this white paper I have written for Menta “How Standard Cell Based eFPGA IP are Offering Maximum Flexibility to New System-on-Chip Generation”. eFPGA technology is not really emerging, but it’s fascinatingRead More


Why Embedded FPGA is a New IP Category?

Why Embedded FPGA is a New IP Category?
by Eric Esteve on 07-14-2017 at 12:00 pm

Yes, embedded FPGA is clearly an IP function, or design IP, and not a software tool or anything else. The idea to embed an FPGA block into an ASIC is not new, I remember the discussions we had in the ASIC marketing team when I was working for Atmel, back in 2000. What is new is the big interest for eFPGA in the semiconductor industry, even… Read More


CEO Interview: Vincent Markus of Menta

CEO Interview: Vincent Markus of Menta
by Daniel Nenni on 05-15-2017 at 7:00 am

What is Menta all about?
Menta was founded to add hardware-programmability within SoCs. We deliver FPGAs in hard IP form that can be readily embedded within an SoC to make certain hardware functions reconfigurable at-will, post-production. This enables customers to dynamically adapt to evolving standards, perform security… Read More