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  • Blog Post: Compiling C# Programs to FPGA Circuits: An Ethernet Packet Processing Example

    In a previous blog article I showed how to get the default Ethernet address swap circuit working on the ML605 board. The address swap module (which can be generated in VHDL or Verilog) is tedious to write yourself because you have to explicitly write it as a state machine. In typical hardware description...
  • Blog Post: Using the Virtex-6 Embedded Tri-Mode Ethernet MAC Wrapper v1.4 with the ML605 Board

    Whenever I get a new Xilinx development board I go through the tedious process of porting my circuits that use Ethernet communication to the new board. To save other people the pain I went through to get this to work I have written this blog which outlines the changes you need to make to the automatically...
  • Blog Post: Reconfigurable Data Processing for Clouds

    Along with Anil Madhavapeddy at the University of Cambridge I've been thinking about how to apply reconfigurable computing technology (for example FPGAs ) in data-centres and in cloud computing systems. Reconfigurable computing for some time now has had the potential to make a huge impact on mainstream...
  • Blog Post: Compiling C# Programs into FPGA Circuits: Factorial Example

    This blog article gives a practical introduction to how C# programs can be compiled into FPGA circuits using the Kiwi system developed by myself and David Greaves at the University of Cambridge Computer Lab. Our starting point will be a C# program developed inside Visual Studio 2010 for computing factorial...
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