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This spec is INCOMPLETE.
It is OK for those FPGAs to be relatively power-hungry. They are meant to be used mostly in desktop applications or otherwise scenarios, where the availability of power for running a desktop computer is not a problem. It's manufacturing technology should be able to create features that have the size of ~130nm(~260 atoms). The clock frequency of the mainstream desktop CPUs of that era was about 2.3GHz, which should fit well for the gigabit ethernet implementations.
- Routers and switches, including those of the ISPs.
- Custom desktop computer motherboards, where CPUs are implemented as a set of FPGAs.