ACAP

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ACAP

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ACAP

(1) (Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platform) The platform that debuted with Xilinx's Versal chip. See Versal.

(2) (Application Configuration Access Protocol) A protocol for storing configuration information in a central server. ACAP was designed to enhance email functions for remote users by providing a central location for address books and client preferences.
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