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Reducing the programming burden

Dec 21, 2022, 10:34 AM by User Not Found

The rising adoption of remote, edge computing and embedded systems has meant increasing workloads are moving to the edge. And with these technologies come even greater demand for versatile programming.

“The need for programmability has never been greater,” said Dermot Hargaden, vice president and general manager for Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, at the company’s FPGA Technology Day in November. “The need for pervasive compute, constant connectivity, for the parallelization that FPGAs can provide, is only going to grow.”

In fact, the FPGA market grew from $6 billion in 2020 to $7 billion in 2021, according to Intel, and a projected compound annual growth rate of 12% through 2027 could...
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