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The Case For Combining CPUs With FPGA Fabrics


Given that the industry is beginning to reach the limits of what can physically and economically be achieved through further shrinkage of process geometries, reducing feature size and increasing transistor counts is no longer achieving the same result it once did. Instead the industry is, quite rightly, focusing on fundamentally new system architectures and making better use of available silico... » read more

Basics Of Embedded FPGA Acceleration


Making a chip run faster is no longer guaranteed by shrinking features or moving to a different manufacturing process. It now requires a fundamental change in the architecture of the chip itself. The days of the single-processor, or even single multi-core processors, are gone. The focus has shifted to different kinds of processors for different kinds of data and many different protocols and ... » read more

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