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Message started by ericnl on Apr 8th, 2013, 7:50am

Title: Newbie
Post by ericnl on Apr 8th, 2013, 7:50am

Hi guys,

Having no experience but some 'nand2tetris' and recently reading about verilog and the like, I'm interested to get an idea of the complexity, time and cost required to build a simple, but fast and power efficient ASIC given an algorithm it must be capable to execute.

I've been programming about half my life (I'm ~30), I understand broad concepts of hardware design and I have an idea that could earn money if fast and power-efficient enough, but I don't know what the order of magnitude is of the investment required.

Can you comment on that question?


Title: Re: Newbie
Post by markspend on Jul 2nd, 2013, 6:57am

Hey Guys my name is Mark.I am a new user on this community.I am from Australia.I think that's an amazing discussion area for gain information about various technology designing.Thanks!!

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