Development of Embedded Web Server Configured on FPGA Using Soft-Core Processor and Web Client on PC

Provided by: International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)
Topic: Data Centers
Format: PDF
A soft processor is an Intellectual Property (IP) core that is implemented using the logic primitives of the FPGA. Key benefits of having a soft FPGA-based processing system are re programmability and re-configurability. There are various soft-core processors provided by different vendors such as Microblaze (Xilinx), NiosII (Altera), OpenRISC (developed by OpenCores), etc. Microblaze processor is one of those soft-core processor developed by Xilinx which models specific processor using HDL and can be customized (and synthesized) for any application. The Microblaze soft processor is a soft 32-bit RISC processor.

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