For firms deploying or looking to deploy FPGA-based applications, there are a variety of options available to them.

Though many options appear similar as they offer the same component FPGA, usually an Intel (Altera) or Xilinx part, there are numerous key differences between platforms.

We have created a brief guide and discuss 5 key criteria you should take into consideration when choosing an FPGA platform, including:

  1. Type of Platform
  2. OPEX 
  3. FPGA Capacity 
  4. Platform Management 
  5. Network Connectivity 

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