Technology development centered on advanced driver-assistance systems, autonomous vehicles and other safety and convenience features is moving so fast it’s hard for suppliers of the microchips that provide the necessaary brainpower to keep pace. That’s creating an opening in the market for makers of FPGAs (field programmable gate arrays), says an executive at Xilinx, one of the leading providers of those processors. FPGAs are semiconductor devices that easily can be ...

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