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Data-centric applications, such as 5G and edge computing, require improved processing technology to handle greater amounts of data. Data must go from application to network core to data centre and back through the complete IT infrastructure.
Because each end-user application is unique, system architects want configurable, flexible data processing at the time of data collection to maximise cost and energy efficiency.
Many new real-world applications necessitate quick processing of massive amounts of data displayed as graphs. To speed graph algorithms based on the edge-centric paradigm, one can use a Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) framework.
The Global Edge-Centric FPGAs Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Edge-Centric FPGAs from Intel are designed for low-power, low-cost applications. These edge-centric FPGAs have the flexibility and longevity that engineers need to deploy at the edge and beyond, thanks to the success of Intel MAX and Intel Cyclone devices.
MAX V complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs) are single-chip solutions with instant-on capability, on-chip flash memory, and a soft-core CPU designed for low power and tiny form factor applications.
Up to 3.125 Gbps transceivers and a soft-core processor are supported by the Intel Cyclone 10 LP and Cyclone IV FPGAs. Low-power and general-purpose applications are suited for these FPGAs.
The Intel Cyclone 10 GX FPGA and Cyclone V FPGA provide up to 12.5 Gbps transceivers and a soft-core processor paired with an ARM dual-core A9 hard processor for the most demanding edge applications. Customers pick FPGAs because they may be supported for up to 15 years, and in certain cases up to 20 years.
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