- Robert Cravotta, Principal Analyst, Embedded Insights
- Dylan McGrath, Editor, eetimes.com
The days of FPGAs as a simple glue logic device are gone. Today's FPGAs can handle most complex system functions, as they boast enormous flexibility coupled with evolving development tools that make them the ideal candidates for meeting the varied needs of hardware and software designers alike. These devices can now offer the full system adaptability including programmable cores, flexible peripheral blocks, and application-specific hardware accelerators in a single chip.
As an important part of the mix of processing options, FPGAs are a compelling option to help optimize your designs to account for the increasing complexity of embedded system implementation, while enabling you to accommodate the demands of leading edge applications with unprecedented constraints on system performance, cost, and energy consumption.
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