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Embedded FPGA (eFPGA)

An eFPGA is an IP core integrated into an ASIC or SoC that offers the flexibility of programmable logic without the cost of FPGAs.
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The embedded FPGA (eFPGA) is an IP core integrated into an ASIC or SoC that offers the flexibility of programmable logic without the cost of FPGAs. Programmable logic is especially appealing for accelerating machine learning applications that need frequent updates. An eFPGA can provide some architects the cover they need to launch products they know will need frequent updating. Integrating a reprogrammable fabric into an SoC is increasingly seen as a viable and valuable option.


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