The recent explosion of FPGA-based compute acceleration has created an enormous new market opportunity for programmable logic. At the same time, however, eFPGAs represent a serious challenge to FPGAs in capturing the long, big-money tail of the compute acceleration wave. eFPGAs are IP blocks that can be used by custom chip designers to add FPGA fabric to any custom IC design. This article from Semiwiki summarizes how to move from FPGA’s to embedded FPGA fabric.
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