15 May '18, 6pm

Intel FPGAs are accelerating applications from the cloud to the edge:

Intel® field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) continue to gain momentum in the marketplace. Paired with Intel® processors, FPGAs are uniquely positioned to accelerate growth across a range of use cases from the cloud to the edge, unlocking the power of data to transform our world. FPGAs are the Swiss army knife of semiconductors because of their flexibility. These devices can be programmed anytime – even after equipment has been shipped to customers. FPGAs contain a mixture of logic, memory and digital signal processing blocks that can implement any desired function, with extremely high throughput, and in real time. This makes FPGAs ideal for many critical cloud and edge applications. More: Programmable Solutions Group News The Internet of Things (IoT) is projected to reach up to 50 billion smart devices in 2020. That is about six smart devices for every human on Earth. Ea...

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