Accelerating algorithms in FPGAs, one process at a time
C-to-hardware tools can give software programmers access to FPGAs as computing devices.
FPGAs have become commonplace in embedded systems and are now beginning to appear in high-performance, server-class computing applications as well. This shift toward hardware-accelerated computing has been driven by two factors: increased FPGA device capabilities and improved software-to-hardware tool flows. Emerging tools can help demystify FPGAs, making them more accessible to software application programmers.
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