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FPGAs – a 1000x performance increase. How? What? Why? (Espen Tallaksen @NDC, Oslo, 18 June 2015)

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An FPGA is programmable hardware and yields an extreme performance for time critical operations. Throughput and latency are magnitudes better than software solutions due to the massive parallelism of real hardware. FPGAs are basically the best of both worlds; the speed of hardware and the flexibility of software. This presentation will show you the basics of FPGA’s – the technology, the functionality, the methodology, the opportunities – and some limitations.