Queen's University's Woods Says FPGAs Becoming More Accessible

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Queen's Uni's Woods spoke to Waters' Victor Anderson at ETAS 2012.

Roger Woods, professor of computer science, ECIT at Queen's University in Belfast, speaks to Victor Anderson at this year's European Trading Architecture Summit held at Canary Wharf in London.

During the interview, Woods talks about the applicability of field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) in the financial services industry, and overcoming difficulties in programming the devices. Typically written in a relatively arcane language, Woods says he is seeing a shift in how the surrounding architecture is facilitating the ease of customizing the chips for specific functions.

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