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2016 Wisconsin Innovation Awards Finalist
Alorium Technology was nominated for the 2016 Wisconsin Innovation Awards based on the work that we have done with XLR8. After two rounds of application submissions and review cycles, we are honored to be one of the finalists for this award.
The State of Boards: Small, Simple Hardware Rules
June 27, 2017
…FPGA boards specifically targeting the maker market – like Alorium’s XLR8 – are starting to appear. These boards provide hardware-level flexibility, allowing you to adapt hardware rather than replace it as your project evolves – something maker projects have a tendency to do over time.
Capturing IMU Data with a BNO055 Absolute Orientation Sensor
March 22, 2017
Seeing is Believing
May 4, 2016
After ten years as an editor at Elektor I still think the potential of FPGAs is far from being exhausted. I for one would like to see many more (Elektor) projects based on the technology.
'Arduino on Steroids': FPGA-based XLR8 at ESC Minneapolis
October 10, 2015
Even with the same clock frequency as a regular Arduino, the FPGA-based XLR8 can accelerate things like floating-point math and perform other tasks much better.
Add Voice Commands to Your Next Project With Bluetooth LE
May 17, 2017
Free Webinar: Introducing the XLR8 FPGA-based Arduino Uno Clone
September 29, 2016
The FPGA-based XLR8 has the same footprint as an Arduino Uno, but it runs like an Arduino Uno on steroids.
XLR8 Project Blends FPGA Speed with Arduino Coding
November 17, 2015
There are any number of Arduino compatible boards and clones on the market. However, most offer little beyond what an Arduino is capable of itself.But, despite looking much like an Arduino Uno, the new XLR8 board (pronounced “Accelerate”) from Alorium Technology is somewhat different.
XLR8 FPGA-Accelerated Arduino Clone Kickstarter is Live
November 12, 2015
You won’t even know you’re running your sketch on an FPGA until you fire up one or more of the accelerated functions… and then the magic happens.
Although Arduino is an excellent platform for rapidly and inexpensively building new product designs, it is resource limited. Alorium Technology’s XLR8 board solves this problem in a cost-effective manner by integrating an Arduino-compatible processor into an FPGA with custom Xcelerator Blocks that significantly improve Arduino-based projects.
Editor, EE Times