Programmable Array Logic DEFINITION: Special types of coprocessors designed for performing the mathematics involved in digital signal processing. They can be used for manipulating different types of information, including sound, images, and video.
The Mercury platform leverages a hybrid-core architecture that delivers the highest performance available in mid-range systems. Employing field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and traditional multi-core processors, this architecture separates data movement and management processes that normally compete for system resources.
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