FPGAs generally incur a power and performance penalty as data is moved frequently on and off chip to more specialized ASICs. Embedded FPGA (eFPGA) technology, providing a way to satisfy the constraints of energy efficiency, performance and size by integrating the programmable fabric inside the ASIC. This article focuses on how eFPGAs offers a mix of hardware flexibility, security and performance for hardwired custom circuits and explains why hardwired physical security is a necessity for devices on the edge.

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