Matthew Dharm, PARPRO Embedded System
Faster, Better, and Cheaper Alternatives to FPGA-based Accelerators
Even as the number of cores in general-purpose CPUs continues to climb, many difficulties remain in building systems that are capable of handling large volumes of network data. This is due to several factors, including the ever-increasing rate of network traffic and some fundamental limitations in general-purpose computing architectures. System designers are constantly seeking ways to expand their system capacity beyond such limitations.
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