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How Antmicro Is Bringing Zephyr And FPGAs Closer


There is a growing adoption of Zephyr in the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) space. Earlier, these were considered only for ‘parallel processing’ on Linux and Zephyr, but now most FPGAs can run as Zephyr-capable CPUs. Antmicro is leading this effort with the Zephyr FPGA controller that enables developers to control the FPGA from Zephyr and enable bitstream loading into the FPGA.

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