Open Source Kryptor FPGA with Dedicated Hardware Security Module
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Open Source Kryptor FPGA with Dedicated Hardware Security Module

Kryptor FPGA has been around in the pre-launch phase for over two years. After a significant amount of time and wait, the one-chip hardware security module Kryptor FPGA has launched for crowdfunding on Crowdsupply with the goal of $13,000. This compact FPGA hardware security module...

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Sipeed Launched ALL-NEW Tang Nano 4K Board for $12
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Sipeed Launched ALL-NEW Tang Nano 4K Board for $12

There had been a spoiler by Sipeed a few weeks back about the testing of yet another Tang Nano board. Yes, you are right, this is not the first Tang Nano board by Sipeed, but the first version came two years ago as a $5 development board built around Gowin GW1N-1 LittleBee FPGA....

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SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus featuring EOS S3 MCU and eFPGA is now available at $45.95
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SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus featuring EOS S3 MCU and eFPGA is now available at $45.95

SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus was originally crowdfunded on CrowdSupply that raised around $4500. If you did not back the product back then, no worries, you can buy it now on the SparkFun product page. SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus is a powerful FPGA board that comes with a...

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Open Source DC-SCM Compatible BMC Hardware Platform
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Open Source DC-SCM Compatible BMC Hardware Platform

The popularity of Open source software has brought about impressive successes in the SaaS space, where useful products can be rapidly created from open source components. We see cloud providers and users looking at building their servers using open source hardware as well. This is where...

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uLab Kiwi and Kiwi Lite Provides Entryway to Learning FPGA and ESP32-S2-WROVER MCU
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uLab Kiwi and Kiwi Lite Provides Entryway to Learning FPGA and ESP32-S2-WROVER MCU

FPGA development can be difficult to learn, but projects like Kiwi aims at lowering the barriers for beginners. µLab Kiwi and Kiwi Lite are excellent solutions for students, hobbyists, makers, and professionals for learning and developing FPGAs. Despite its compact form factor, Kiwi...

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STEP-MXO2 FPGA Development Board for Educational Learning
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STEP-MXO2 FPGA Development Board for Educational Learning

EIM technology has come up with STEP-MXO2 FPGA development board, a compact, breadboard-friendly, and easy-to-learn hardware design platform built around the Lattice MachXO2 FPGA.  It is targeted mainly for educational purposes. Hence, it offers several features that allow users to...

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iWave Unveils the Implementation of ARINC 818-2 IP Core On Microsemi PolarFire FPGA
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iWave Unveils the Implementation of ARINC 818-2 IP Core On Microsemi PolarFire FPGA

The ARINC 818 video protocol since its inception has gained wide adoption on large aircrafts such as Airbus A350XWB, Boeing 787, KC46A, and many others. ARINC 818 protocol is used to provide point to point, high-speed, low-latency video transmission for mission-critical systems such as...

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LUNA: Lets Your Capture And Analyze Traffic Between Hosts and USB devices
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LUNA: Lets Your Capture And Analyze Traffic Between Hosts and USB devices

Lately, we have seen several interesting projects up for crowdfunding that you can support and get rewards for as well. One such project coming soon is the LUNA hacking device that is nothing but a PCB with some integrated circuits and complex circuitry. With this new device, you can...

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