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FPGA has become strategic technology. It used to be a “poor man’s ASIC” and provided a customized IC for lower-volume applications. While it is still used this way in many systems, it has also become strategically important to two very big, high-growth applications

BY Geoff Tate

FPGA companies have integrated processors, but these solutions are much more expensive than an MCU – what is needed is an MCU with a modest amount of FPGA at a low price.

Advice on how to compare inferencing alternatives and the characteristics of an optimal inferencing engine.

When a vendor says our ABC-inferencing-engine does X TOPS, you would assume that in one second it will perform X Trillion Operations. Let’s show you how a 130 TOPS engine actually delivers 27 TOPS of useable throughput.