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In the development of new FPGA architectures, a designer must balance speed, density and routing flexibility. In this paper, we discuss a new FPGA architecture based on a patented , novel, segmented routing fabric that is targeted to high performance and predictability but does not sacrifice routability or area efficiency. Current segmented architectures allow much flexibility in routing, but incur large delay penalties when a signal has high fanout or must traverse medium to long distancesdoi:10.1145/275107.275111 dblp:conf/fpga/OchottaCEHJLLNNPWZN98 fatcat:ctikmctmgjgyhpn2oug5ard7ga