Tech Spotlight Summer of FPGAs:
This poll concerns a recent tech spotlight called: Tips for Selecting Memory Storage in FPGA Applications
A Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is a programmable integrated circuit that works similarly to any digital circuit serving thousands of gates. An FPGA is made of logic blocks armed with a user-programmable switch matrix, and this arrangement allows it to accommodate design changes. Unlike its predecessors, programmable read-only memories (PROMs) and programmable logic devices (PLDs), an FPGA uses a re-programmable and efficient medium like Flash memory or static RAM (SRAM) to store its configuration information. Flash and SRAM are often added to boost the performance of FPGA-fitted embedded systems, utilizing this memory for a variety of tasks, such as storing software code or caches and databases that ultimately aid in hardware acceleration.
Poll Question: What Else Would You Like to Know About Memory Storage?