Now-a-days, embedded FPGAs started to find market with telecommunications. In the beginning, market kept on changing because users were looking beyond cost to the need to support fast-moving standards. Several attempts were done to kickstart the technology, but it ran to issues of cost and density. Many SoC designers applied many ways to keep flexibility in their products. This article elaborates how eFPGAs started to make impact in the market.
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