Question: How Is A Embedded FPGA Different Than A Standalone FPGA?
Answer: The whole idea of an eFPGA is to avoid having a standalone interacting with the ASIC/SoC from the outside and instead have the functionality integrated inside the ASIC/SoC so you can save a lot on the power, the board cost, performance, latency, etc.
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