Raptor Design Suite, What’s in It for You?

Alain Dargelas, Ph.D.

Welcome to our in-depth exploration of the newly released Raptor Design Suite, now available as a fully open-source platform. Let’s delve into the specifics of the SDK.

In essence, Raptor is a complete RTL to Bitstream Compiler that has been fully validated, including its packaged IP Portfolio and Simulation models, using thousands of benchmarks and test cases running in Continuous Integration.

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