A slang term for "soft hardware," digital electronic circuits that are programmed into a reconfigurable logic device such as a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
Nuby: Should we create a custom chip for this design?
Guru: Nah, too expensive.
Nuby: Well, then let's just run it in software.
Guru: That won't perform fast enough.
Nuby: Well, what then?
Guru: We do in gelware, of course!
by mpfrank October 07, 2010
The stuff between your ears that does the same thing as hardware and software
I didn't have my computer handy, so I did that calculation in gelware.


by anon 7 January 05, 2009

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