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FPGAs have continued to proliferate into more applications and end devices as the Internet-of-Things continues to expand. FPGAs offer a number of advantages from a technical and cost perspective. One of the more obvious advantages from a technology standpoint is that FPGAs are reprogrammable. This gives the device developer needed flexibility and helps ultimately reduce the time to market. Then from a commercial standpoint, FPGAs differentiate themselves from the traditional ASICs through their lack of Non-Recurring Engineering (NRE) costs. During this QuickCast, VDC’s Jonathan Hastings discusses how the FPGA market is continuing to evolve and where suppliers should focus to maximize their ability to capitalize on this market opportunity.