Data processing requirements in edge AI applications are increasing exponentially.

As the software requirements evolve, engineers must also choose hardware technology that can adapt to rapidly evolving demands at the edge. They must also balance required performance, power, and cost targets. We evaluate four major hardware technologies - CPU, GPU, FPGA, and ASIC-based architectures. While some of these technologies are highly flexible, they do not scale to meet performance requirements. Conversely, others deliver high performance and low power consumption but limited capacity to adapt to changing workloads. In this webinar, presented by Colin Alexander, Director of Product Marketing, we discuss how FPGA and eFPGA IP solutions can meet the requirements of several edge applications that were traditionally only done in a data center.