The ability to provide very low latency processing on highly repetitive tasks is an increasing need across many industries. FPGAs can provide an effective solution for many of these environments, but it's expensive, requires specialized talent, and because of its complexity, requires long time frames to implement.
Meanwhile, Intel continues its relentless tick-tock progression toward more efficient computing solutions. This progress has resulted in new options for OEMs who want the advantages of working in a ubiquitous computing environment that represents low risk, easy maintenance and fast time-to-market. This paper looks at the advantages and disadvantages of FPGA versus IA approaches.
For instance, the Intel® next-generation communications platform is specifically designed for workload consolidation and is capable of performing applications, control plane, and data plane concurrently, with very high throughput / low latency. This alleviates the need to develop FPGAs for many applications, such as deep packet inspection.
WIN Enterprises, a specialist in custom-designed x86 devices has worked closely with Intel in an instantiation of its next-generation communications platform. This resulted in the SoNIC pre-processing board and custom board-level implementations. SoNIC and its custom product variants demonstrate a way of developing solutions without the need for FPGAs for certain applications.
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