FPGAs have proven to be extremely useful in building high-performance, custom designs that can be easily changed. It’s possible to implement soft processor cores in most FPGAs, but hard-core processors are more efficient. It’s not surprising that major FPGA vendors like Microsemi, Altera, and Xilinx have implemented FPGAs
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