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Ever wondered how InTime works? We are happy to announce that InTime is now available for download, with immediate effect. Anyone with a Plunify account can log on and download InTime from https://cloud.plunify.com. Even if you don’t have an account, you can sign up for one immediately. (and get 25 free cloud credits) After downloading […]

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We launched the Plunify Cloud platform in 2018 and introduced 2 new tools for FPGA designers. Corporate users can use the FPGA Expansion Pack (FEP) plugin to easily compile their designs in the cloud from Vivado. Another tool, AI Lab, allows FPGA designers to start a virtual environment in the cloud without worrying about the […]

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We are happy to announce that servers and tools on Plunify Cloud will be charged based on per-minute with effect immediately. Customers can take comfort in the fact that they will only pay for what they use instead of being rounded off to the next hour. This makes Plunify Cloud an even more cost-effective way […]

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Happy Thanksgiving! We would like to share some changes in the Plunify Cloud price per credit and in how the credits breakdown is displayed. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at tellus@plunify.com. Price Per Credits Change Starting immediately, the price of 1 credit will be changed to 10 cents (USD), […]

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Cloud is shaping EDA like never before. Today, we are releasing the full InTime tool on the Plunify AI Lab platform. Announcing InTime on AI Lab InTime is officially included on AI Lab as one of the tools on the Plunify Cloud eco-system. This combines the cloud’s massive compute power to the ubiquitous of AI Lab platform to benefit more […]

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We released FPGA Expansion Pack (FEP) 1.2 today, and it is all about improving the runtime and the user experience. Here is what you can expect in this release. No Regeneration of Out-Of-Context modules In previous versions, we regenerated the IP targets of all OOC modules by default to ensure that the IP was up-to-date. […]

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Any serious hardware or software development effort will have a regression test suite. Continuous integration, automated daily tests, manually-executed scripts, etc. represent the different ways in which developers define, create and run validation procedures to determine the quality, performance and/or reliability of products. This article focuses on those tests that require constant (re-)compilation of FPGA […]

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