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Poll: How Will Adaptable Hardware Change How You Work as a Design Engineer?

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This poll is related to the following article: Adaptive Computing for Compute Intensive and Latency Sensitive Workloads

 

The value of FPGAs has long been the ability to change designs in the field. Whether to correct bugs, optimize algorithms, or add completely new features, programmable logic offers unique flexibility compared to all other semiconductor options. The Xilinx Versal ACAP takes this concept a step further, speeding up configuration time by nearly an order of magnitude, enabling dynamic swapping of partial bitstreams in milliseconds. Combining Scalar, Engines, Adaptable Engines, and Intelligent Engines, it achieves performance improvements of up to 20X over today's fastest FPGA implementations and over 100X over today's fastest CPU implementations—for Data Center, wired network, 5G wireless, and automotive driver assist applications.

 

Poll Question: How Will Adaptable Hardware Change How You Work as a Design Engineer?

Poll Results
  • Allows me to do more, within the power, size, and cost constraints (28%)
    7/25
  • Lets me replace ASICs and GPUs with adaptable hardware (8%)
    2/25
  • Lets me do more processing on the device vs. on the cloud/server (16%)
    4/25
  • Increases flexibility in my design (32%)
    8/25
  • My overall cost is reduced (0%)
    0/25
  • Other (describe in comments) (16%)
    4/25

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