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3 Ways to Quickly Adapt to Changing Ethernet Protocols

Can you quickly adapt your designs to changing Industrial Ethernet protocols? Are you meeting growing performance needs? Watch this video to see how the Industrial Networking Kit and flexible, low-power FPGAs can help you meet these challenges in embedded industrial applications.

In this 10-minute video, you'll discover three ways to quickly adapt to evolving Ethernet protocols:

  • The flexibility to change your design to keep up with the standards.
  • Design integration with your choice of intellectual property (IP) and software stacks.
  • Performance scaling through embedded processing.

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