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Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are re-configurable hardware devices that adapt many internal structures to the application. They combine utmost flexibility with ASIC-like processing power.
PACT's FPGA and (re)configurable processor patent portfolio covers many aspects of modern and upcoming configurable devices, including: Coarse grained configurable cells, clock and power management, bus interfaces, runtime reconfiguration and die stacking.

(The photo shows details of a silicon implementation of an XPP Array)
For details about FPGA patents refer to the following document:

>  download PACT_FPGA_Patents.pdf (193 KB)