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Title : HercuLeS high-level synthesis
Company : Ajax Compilers
File Name : hercules-201403.pdf
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Date : 28-Mar-2014
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Ajax Compilers (www.ajaxcompilers.com) is a privately funded startup company incorporated in January 2012 in Athens, Greece. The company focuses on the development of electronic design automation (EDA) tools for ASIC and FPGA SoCs, intellectual property (IP) blocks, compilers and code optimization tools. Products developed by AJAX Compilers include a compiler frontend generator, source-to-source code optimizers and intermediate-level profilers, a high-level synthesis environment and an ASIP (Application-Specific Instruction-set Processor) generation prototype.
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